Terence Kelly

Terence Kelly studied computer science at Princeton and U. Michigan followed by twenty years in industrial research (HP Labs) and software engineering (AWS/Amazon). He currently teaches and evangelizes persistent memory programming and writes the popular "Drill Bits" column in ACM Queue magazine (queue.acm.org).

Persistent scripting brings the benefits of persistent memory programming to high-level interpreted languages. More importantly, it brings the convenience and…

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