Marko Röder


Marko is a researcher interested in programming languages and (future) programming experiences. He recently started working with Alex Warth on Ohm and the Ohm Editor (to easily experiment with new programming languages and ideas) and likes to think about how to enable people to “program” that have not studied computer science (What does it mean to program in that regard?). Before, he was working with Dan Ingalls for a few years on the Lively Web with a focus on end-user programming and its powerful yet uncommon style of collaborative software development. He dreams of better “narratives” for software and a common understanding of software by humans - and computers.