Project Oberon


This site's primary purpose is to provide information, resources and tools for exploring and using Project Oberon. It also serves as a second source (with permission) of the Project Oberon material from Prof. Emeritus Niklaus Wirth's home page at his university, ETH Zurich, in Switzerland. Paul Reed, February 2014.

About Paul Reed
Based in London and working as far afield as Sydney, Paris, New York, Chicago and Zürich for small businesses all the way up to large organisations such as Honeywell and the Financial Times, Paul provides professional consultancy in application and system software, desktop and web-based user experiences, free-text databases, and embedded and configurable computing, with an empasis on robust, careful design and longevity of solutions. Since the late 1990s Oberon provided a strong development basis for this work as Paul explains in his JMLC papers of 2000 (pdf) and 2003 (pdf) (PDFs mirrored here by kind permission of Springer).

About JMLC

The Joint Modular Languages Conference series was founded to emphasise and report on modular and type-safe, well-structured programming languages and software in research and industry, exploring the principles of careful design and good programming style. The 1997, 2000, 2003 and 2006 proceedings (front-matter pdfs: 1997, 2000, 2003, 2006are published by Springer-Verlag GmbH, Heidelberg as part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series. We gratefully acknowledge the support of Springer for providing PDFs for this page with permission. Paul Reed, November 2021, PO Box 1880, LONDON NW6 1BQ, United Kingdom  +44 (0)844 804 9188