Brussels / 4 & 5 February 2023


Neil Coffey

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Like many British programmers of a certain age, Neil Coffey was lured into programming by the childhood acquisition of a ZX Spectrum. He began his professional career developoing educational software in C and ARM assembler for Acorn machines. With the advent of Java, this soon became his language of choice. Over the past two decades he has worked mainly on server-side Java development in the UK health and social care sectors, focussing on areas such as search and data matching algorithms. His side projects have included web sites, mobile applications and… thanks to the mind-focussing effects of the recent lockdown… emulator development!


Title Day Room Track Start End
Emulator development in Java Sunday AW1.126 Emulator Development 14:50 15:20