"Millennial Reflections in Computer Science" is a comprehensive overview of issues within computing science written by an international group of scientists in 2000. To mark the retirement of Sir Tony Hoare from Oxford University computer scientists from around the world gathered together for a three day symposium. Organized by the University of Oxford, and sponsored by Microsoft Research, the symposium resulted in this collection of talks, papers, and essays. Some describe original research, others offer personal perspectives on the field. Together, they comprise a unique insight into the past, present, and future of computer science.
JIM DAVIES is a lecturer in Computation and Continuing Education at - the University of Oxford, and Director of the Software Engineering Programme. - BILL ROSCOE works at the Oxford University Computing Laboratory where he is a Professor of Computing Science. - JIM WOODCOCK is a Professor of Software Engineering at the Oxford University Computing Laboratory.