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.

I am at SPLASH (Auckland) today; If you are there and would like to meetup, please drop me a note.

Pitest 1.10.0 has just been released. It includes some major internal changes which should improve support for quarkus and roboelectric projects.

https://github.com/hcoles/pitest/releases/tag/1.10.0

#java #mutationtesting #tdd

Congratulations to my colleague and friend, André van Renssen, recognised Best Lecturer by our thousands of students! #USydCompSci

André is an indefatigable and wonderful teacher, researcher, and advisor at #USyd, expert in #computationalgeometry and #algorithms.

For those in Australia, applying for #DECRA #ARCDECRA  NIT will be now assessed by the assessors!

https://www.arc.gov.au/news-publications/media/media-releases/simpler-national-interest-test-nit-statement-will-help-researchers

Should I use open or closed parenthesis in an inline list (1) like this or 2) like this? Is there any style guide on this? #english #writingstyle Does any one have any suggestions? 

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT!

Reposting since I moved instances -- please spread widely.

We're hiring at the Assistant/Associate #Professor level in the Complex Human Data Hub at #UniMelb.

It's a combined #research and #teaching position, for researchers who study any topic within #mathematical or #computational #cognitive/#social science (broadly construed). We're especially interested in applications from #women and #minorities.

Closing date is Feb 2nd, and all details can be found at the link below. Melbourne is awesome and so are we so come join us!

https://psychologicalsciences.unimelb.edu.au/chdh/news/we-are-hiring

RT @zhendongsu@twitter.com

LLVM (@llvmorg@twitter.com) is such an exciting, impactful infrastructure with so much potential thanks to the contributions of many people. On the other hand, it looks like more manpower is in desperate need, for example, to maintain it and to fix the many critical bugs; please contribute!

🐦🔗: https://twitter.com/zhendongsu/status/1595345045619904514

operator precedence parsing was solved 100 years ago, y'all just cowards