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| by Mark Lehner Follow 0 Followers on Feb 19, 2009 |

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In this presentation filmed during OOPSLA 2008, Mark Lehner, an Egyptologist, talks about ancient Egyptian cultures as seen through the discoveries made on the Giza Plateau and makes some connections with software engineering.

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Mark Lehner is recognized internationally as a leader in research and thought on Ancient Egyptian cultures and societies. He holds a doctorate in Egyptology from Yale University. He is head of Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc., an organization that conducts archaeological research in Egypt's Giza Plateau.

Starting in 1986, OOPSLA Conference has proven to be the cradle of many techniques and methodologies that have become mainstream over the years: OOP, Patterns, AOP, XP, Unit Testing, UML, Wiki, and Refactoring. Gaining its prestige with 3 academic tracks, OOPSLA Conference has managed to attract researchers, educators and developers every year. The event is sponsored by ACM.

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