Rahul Gopinath
rahul@gopinath.org
Lecturer at the University of Sydney, Australia. ശ്രീദേവി's Dad. I work in the junction between Software Engineering and Cybersecurity. Interested in Program Analysis, Automatic Repair, Mutation Analysis, Specification Mining, Grammar Based Generators and Parsing. My website is at https://rahul.gopinath.org

As a PC member, did you ever get a mail from an author pointing you to their “interesting” submission so you can bid on it and review it? At ICSE, such behavior will now result in the paper being rejected without review:
icse2025.hotcrp.com/

Domestic 🇦🇺 student curious about an Engineering #PhD at UNSW
or U Sydney? Learn how research degrees can make a meaningful, real-world impact, and open the door to career opportunities, in this event chaired by Prof Hugh Durrant-Whyte, NSW Chief Scientist

📅 March 12, 5:30pm
🔗 eventbrite.com.au/e/engineerin
📍 Location: Engineers Australia, Mezzanine Level 44, Market St, Sydney NSW 2000

It seems John Walker, the founder of Autodesk has died. As a Civil Engineering Bachelors student, AutoLisp (in AutoCad) was my introduction to computer science. RIP.

At Australasian Software Engineering Summer School (ASESS) 2024.

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@ccanonne You can try our mattermost here.

When formatted as a PDF, @TheFuzzingBook now has 1,477 pages

Software Innovation New Zealand is running the Australasian Software Engineering Summer School (ASESS) colocated with ACSW in Sydney at UNSW from 30th January to 1st Feb 2024. I am one of the speakers.  If you are there, please do come, say hello.

Happy new year! The chapter on Testing Compilers (in which we build a feature-rich fuzzer for Python) now comes with an all-new introduction video. Enjoy! fuzzingbook.org/html/PythonFuz

Please share! We will hold the "Fuzzing Summer School 2024" at NUS in Singapore! We are excited to feature speakers such as Abhishek Arya, @mboehme @gannimo, Thuan Pham, and @AndreasZeller. Apply by 16 Feb 2024. fuzzing.comp.nus.edu.sg CC @umathur

As the Honours coordinator of USyd, I wonder why we still have university resolutions in text. There are so many ambiguities in the resolutions, and the interpretation seems very much dependent on the person interpreting them, with students interpreting it one way, facilities another. If we could convert this to a programmatic form (like many countries have done for their constitution) it could avoid so much confusion