My name is Tudor Girba

My name is Tudor Girba. Actually, it’s Gîrba. People call me Doru. I am a Romanian living in Switzerland. I attained my PhD in 2005 from the University of Berne. In 2014 I received the Dahl-Nygaard Junior Award for my work on modeling and visualization of evolution and interplay of large numbers of objects. I currently work as Team and Innovation Lead at CompuGroup Medical Schweiz, and as software assessment consultant through netstyle.ch.

I blog

  • Keynote at ECOOP 2014 on Software Environmentalism
    8 July 201410:34:46 pm by Tudor Girba
    At the end of July I will have the pleasure of giving a keynote at ECOOP. This is a rare treat, and I intend to enjoy it fully. To make it more exciting, at least for me, I will adventure in wild terr...
  • Talk at NDC Oslo 2014 on Pharo: playing with live objects
    27 May 20147:26:12 am by Tudor Girba
    On June 4, I will give a talk at NDC Oslo about Pharo: Playing with live objects. Pharo is the cool new kid on the object-oriented languages arena. It is Smalltalk-inspired. It is dynamic. It comes...
  • My award in the Romanian news: lessons learnt
    24 May 201411:28:15 pm by Tudor Girba
    While on holidays in Romania, an old friend, Bogdan Bacila, convinced me to give an interview for the Digi 24 TV station about the Dahl-Nygaard Junior Award that I received this year. This resulted in...

I develop the humane assessment method, and the demo driven innovation method, and I currently help companies to manage large systems and data sets.

I build

I build projects. Among others, I lead the work on the Moose platform for software and data analysis since 2003.

I simply love teaching and presenting.

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