I am a first-year PhD student at the Paul G. Allen School of Computer
Science & Engineering at the University of Washington.
I work with
Michael D. Ernst and
René Just as a member
of the Programming Languages and Software Engineering (PLSE) group.
The best part about being in a research lab is how one can soak up knowledge
like a sponge simply by sitting around.
I previously worked with
Gail C. Murphy as a member
of the incredibly fun Software Practices Lab
at the University of British Columbia.
My research during that time investigated tool usability in the context of
integrated development environments. During my time at UBC, I also worked
as a teaching assistant for most of the software engineering and programming
courses offered, ranging from introductory programming
to software engineering.
"Breaking the Bento Box: Accelerating Visual Momentum in Data-flow Analysis" (to appear)
by James Yoo and Gail C. Murphy
in ICSME 2023: Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance and Evolution Details.
"An Undergrad Is All You Need"
by James Yoo
in SIGBOVIK 2023: Proceedings of the ACH Special Interest Group on Harry Q. Bovik Details.