Books and Theses
E in a Walnut - This is a basic tutorial on the E language covering basic, distributed, and secure distributed programming.
Robust Composition - Towards a Unified Approach to Access Control and Concurrency Control. This is Mark Miller's PhD disseration, and it explains the rationale, philosophy, and goals of E and related systems.
Safe Serialization Under Mutual Suspicion (Wiki conversion in progress)
Tutorials - several short tutorials showing how to use E.
Quick Reference Card - Reminders of some useful patterns.
Paradigm Regained: Abstraction Mechanisms for Access Control by Mark S. Miller and Jonathan S. Shapiro.
Concurrency Among Strangers: Programming in E as Plan Coordination - by Mark S. Miller, E. Dean Tribble, Jonathan Shapiro. Explains E's concurrency control & distributed computing model.
Authority Analysis for Least Privilege Environments by Toby Murray and Gavin Lowe.
Causeway: A message-oriented distributed debugger by Terry Stanley, E. Dean Tribble, and Mark S. Miller.
Talks and Presentations
Tradeoffs in Retrofitting Security: An Experience Report by Mark Miller
Google TechTalk: Caja by Mike Samuel
The Lively Kernel by Dan Ingalls
Gears and the Mashup Problem by Douglas Crockford
Desktops to Donuts: Object-Caps Across Scales by Marc Stiegler
Core Patterns for Web Permissions by Tyler Close
Paradigm Regained: Abstraction Mechanisms for Access Control by Mark Miller
The Virus Safe Computing Initiative at HP Labs by Alan Karp