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David Walker is a Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University. He received his doctoral and master’s degrees in computer science from Cornell, and his bachelor’s from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. During sabbaticals from Princeton, he has served as a visiting researcher at Microsoft Research in Redmond (2008) and in Cambridge (2009), and as Associate Visiting Faculty at the University of Pennsylvania (2015-2016).

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Making Networks Safe and Agile with Formal Methods and Programming Abstractions: Future Directions

For years, networks have been seen as hard to manage and hard to evolve. They are hard to manage because even small networks are complex, with multiple devices and protocols interacti...

In formal methods, programming languages, By Nate Foster, Arvind Krishnamurthy, Ratul Mahajan, Todd Millstein, David Walker, Anduo Wang, Pamela Zave, Nov 27, 2023