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Joseph Yoder   -   President

Joseph Yoder is a founder and principle of The Refactory, Inc., a company focused on software architecture, design, implementation, consulting and mentoring on all facets of software development. Joseph is an international speaker and pattern author and longstanding member of The Hillside Group, a group dedicated to improving the quality of software development. He is co-author of the Big Ball of Mud pattern, which illuminates many fallacies in the approach to software architecture. Joseph has chaired the Pattern Languages of Programming Conference (PLoP), as well as presented tutorials and talks at conferences such as OOPSLA and ECOOP.

Ademar Aguiar   -   Vice President

 

 

 

Rebecca Wirfs-Brock   -   Treasurer

 Rebecca Wirfs-Brock is an internationally recognized leader in the development of object design methodologies. She invented the set of development practices known as Responsibility-Driven Design. Among her widely used innovations are use case conversations and object role stereotypes. She is the regular design columnist for IEEE Software and the author of the classic text, Designing Object-Oriented Software. Her most recent book, Object Design: Roles, Responsibilities and Collaborations, was published in 2002.

Lise B. Hvatum   -   Secretary

 

 

 

Richard P. Gabriel   -   Director

 

 

 

 

Neil Harrison   -   Director

 

 

Robert Biddle   -   Member

I am a Professor of Human-Computer Interaction appointed both to the Office of the Dean of Arts and Social Sciences and to the School of Computer Science at Carleton University: I am a member of the graduate faculty in both Psychology and Computer Science.
I was a student at the University of Waterloo, and then later at the University of Canterbury and the Dunedin College of Education. More recently I was living in Wellington, New Zealand, as a member of the Computer Science Group at Victoria University of Wellington (VUW), where I retain a position as Adjunct Professor.

Bob Hanmer   -   Member

Alcatel-Lucent: Robert S. Hanmer is a Consulting Member of Technical Staff at Alcatel-Lucent. His work has included development, architecture and evaluation of highly reliable systems for the telephone network, especially in the areas of reliability and performance. He has also been active in the software patterns community since the mid-1990's, writing patterns and organizing pattern conferences. He has authored or co-authored 14 journal articles and book chapters. He has been introducing newcomers to patterns and to writing patterns since 1995.

Christian Kohls   -   Member

 

 

 

 

Dirk Riehle   -   Emeritus Member

Prof. Dr. Dirk Riehle is the Pro­fes­sor for Open Source Soft­ware at the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg. Before join­ing acad­e­mia, Riehle led the Open Source Research Group at SAP Labs, LLC, in Palo Alto, Cal­i­for­nia (Sil­i­con Val­ley). Riehle founded the Wiki Sym­po­sium, http://wikisym.org, a con­fer­ence ded­i­cated to wiki research and prac­tice. He was also the lead archi­tect of the first UML vir­tual machine. He is inter­ested in open source soft­ware engi­neer­ing and agile meth­ods, com­plex­ity sci­ence and human col­lab­o­ra­tion, and soft­ware design. Prof. Riehle holds a Ph.D. in com­puter sci­ence from ETH Zürich and an M.B.A. from Stan­ford Busi­ness School. He wel­comes email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , blogs at http://dirkriehle.com, and tweets at @dirkriehle.

Grady Booch   -   Emeritus Member

 

 


Linda Rising   -   Emeritus Member

Independent Consultant: Linda Rising is an independent consultant in the areas of agile techniques, retrospectives, patterns, and organizational change. She is very active in the pattern and agile communities. She has authored or co-authored four books and countless journal articles and book chapters. She has been teaching patterns and pattern writing since the mid-1990's.


Dr. James Noble   -   Editor in Chief

James Noble is Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Victoria University New Zealand. He is the author of Small Memory Systems: Patterns for Systems with Limited Memory (with Charles Weir), the editor of Prototype-Based Programming and Pattern Languages of Program Design 5 (with various co-editors). He has published many papers on object-orientation
design patterns, aspects, software visualisation and software engineering in international academic conferences and journals.

 

Dr. Ralph Johnson   -   Editor in Chief

 

 



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