[PJUG Javamail] oopsla's coming up!
steve.metsker at acm.org
Sun Sep 17 06:42:01 EDT 2006
The annual OOPSLA <http://www.oopsla.org/> conference is coming up in late
October, in Portland. The conference on "Object-Oriented Programming,
Systems, Languages & Applications" provides a lot of learning about the
latest thinking on how to do applied development. There are also frequent
peeks into the future of OO.
OOPSLA includes so many different things that you can't take them all in.
It's wise to plan your week. Your registration fee gets you access to demos
<http://www.oopsla.org/2006/program/program/demonstrations.html> , workshops
tml> , panel <http://www.oopsla.org/2006/program/program/panels.html>
html> sessions, lightning
posters <http://www.oopsla.org/2006/program/program/posters.html> , and
You can also check out DesignFest
<http://www.oopsla.org/2006/program/program/designfest.html> R, the Dynamic
> Languages Symposium, Essays
Papers, the Most
tml> Influential Papers Awards, the Doctoral
Symposium, and the Student
_competition.html> Research Competition.
In addition, the Onward!
track is "the place to reveal the revolutionary, air the provocative, and
expose the subversive."
You can also take tutorials
tml> on a huge variety of classic and cutting edge topics. These tutorials
entail extra fees ($360 per half-day session for ACM members) and are
presented by world class experts who know their stuff and know how to teach
To plan out your week, check out the official conference
schedule overview. Dick Gabriel's unofficial overview
<http://dreamsongs.com/OOPSLA2006/ScheduleGlance.html> is also quite handy,
as is his "(Unofficial)
<http://dreamsongs.com/OOPSLA2006/OOPSLA2006Information.html> How To Get
Around OOPSLA Guide".
When you're ready to actually register, go here
- Steve Metsker, Communications Chair, OOPSLA '06
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