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P03: A Programming Language with Natural Persistence

P03: A Programming Language with Natural Persistence

As data persistence is very poorly supported by current programming systems, we have initiated a research project to improve this situation. The result is the new programming language Persistent Active Oberon, which directly institutionalizes persistence as a fundamental concept and liberates the programmer from writing complicated code for database interactions.

Luc Bläser, ETH Zurich

 
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