My presentation at MORSE 2014

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My presentation at MORSE 2014research, talks

by Ivano Malavolta on July 21, 2014 with 0 comments

Today I gave a presentation at MORSE 2014, the first workshop on Model-Driven Robot Software Engineering, held in York (UK). The title of the accompanying paper is . Here you can find the slides of the presentation: Abstract. The next future will be pervaded by robots performing a variety of tasks (e.g., environmental monitoring, patrolling …

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Research

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I am Assistant Professor in the Software and Services (S2) research group, lead by prof. Patricia Lago at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (The Netherlands). My research interests include Empirical software engineering, software architecture languages (ALs), Model-Driven Engineering, mobile-enabled software systems, and robotics. Since October 2018 I am member of the Amsterdam Young Academy, the cross-disciplinary …

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JavaScript for real men

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JavaScript for real mentalks

by Ivano Malavolta on March 31, 2014 with 0 comments

I am strongly convinced that if you want to develop decent mobile applications using PhoneGap/Cordova you have to be a little JavaScript ninja, so I suggest you, my dear mobile developer,to learn the fundamentals of this fascinating language, if you don’t want to end up like this: Today I gave a full lecture about JavaScript …

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How to automatically RUN and REFRESH the Ripple Emulator from Sublime Text

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How to automatically RUN and REFRESH the Ripple Emulator from Sublime Textcode

by Ivano Malavolta on February 9, 2014 with 3 comments

Preliminaries Everyone working with Apache Cordova knows very well the Ripple emulator for Chrome (if you don’t, please refer to its official page). Also, every serious Cordova developer knows that in the last months Apache Cordova is available as a Node module and that it can be used in a local development environment. If you …

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