Santiago De Rosso

(pronunciation of Santiago: /ˌsæntiˈɑːɡ/)

I am a graduate student in the Software Design Group at MIT. Prior to MIT, I was at Google, building frameworks to make engineers more productive.

I am interested in developing new programming tools and techniques so that end users and professional programmers can build more flexible, reliable, and usable systems with less effort. My general interests are programming languages, software design, formal methods, and human-computer interaction.


  • Déjà Vu - a language and tool for end-user development of apps
  • Gitless - a simple version control system built on top of Git


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