I am now at Google, based in Google's new engineering office in
Seattle, where I am developing and deploying advanced programming
651 N. 34th St.
Seattle, WA 98103
Google reception: +1-206-876-1800
Google fax: +1-206-876-1701
(Old) UW CSE Contact Information
Department of Computer Science and
University of Washington
AC101 Paul G. Allen Center, Box 352350
185 Stevens Way
Seattle, WA 98195-2350
My research interests lie in the design and implementation of advanced
programming systems, incorporating expressive programming languages,
efficient implementations, and supportive programming environments. I
am a member of the Washington
Advanced Systems for Programming (WASP) Group, which is made up of
UW faculty and students interested in similar topics. A list of my
past and present projects, as well as my publications related to these
projects, can be found starting from the WASP home page.
I regularly teach CSE
303 (which I created), CSE
501, and CSE
505, i.e., undergraduate- and graduate-level software development,
programming languages, and compilers.
I am married to Sylvia McLaughlin Chambers and I have two daughters,
Caitlin and Adelaide (Addie). We all enjoy traveling, hiking, and
camping. I try to play Ultimate Frisbee several times a week, and the
rest of my family also plays. I also am an avid amateur astronomer.