Monday, April 26, 2010

Off to North Carolina (WWW2010) and Boston/Providence

Ras and I mostly ironed out our talk on mechanizing and parallelizing/optimizing CSS engines for browsers and our other talk on secure mashup abstractions and mechanisms is settling. Not sure who else will be at WWW2010, but worst-case scenario I foresee excessive sweet tea, historical linguistics analysis, and layout engine hacking as a reprieve from all this powerpoint and latex nonsense.

No significantly cool new results lately due to all this slide making. Working with Adam, who we're doing automatic incrementalization of CSS with, I realized that I can encode tables and floats in a fairly restricted attribute grammar language, so that was quite a relief. Quals proposal, here I come!
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