Tuesday at a Glance
8:30 am – 10:00 am
Welcome and Introduction
Conference Chair and Program Chair
Keynote Address
Dennis Tsichritzis
“Object Species Evolution”
Convention Ctr –
Ballroom
10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Exhibits Convention Ctr –
Exhibit Hall 2
10:30 am – 12:00 noon
Technical Program – Session A
Panel: Cracking the Software Paradox
Convention Ctr –
Ballroom
Technical Program – Session B
Papers: Concurrency
Convention Ctr –
101 A, B, I, J
Technical Program – Session C
Practitioner Reports: Development Processes
Convention Ctr –
101 C thru H
Technical Program – XPO
Next Generation Workflow Processes –
Products, Standards and Research
Convention Ctr –
208 A, B, C, D
Demonstrations – Session A Convention Ctr – 206A
1. AspectJ™: the Language and Support Tools
2. Hyper/J™: Multi-Dimensional Separation of Concerns for Java
Demonstrations – Session B Convention Ctr – 206B
3. DejaVu: Deterministic Java Replay Debugger for the Jalapeño JVM
4. Visual Analysis Tools for Component Based Programming in VisualAge® for Java
Demonstrations – Session C Convention Ctr – 207A
5. PetShop: a Tool for the Formal Specification of CORBA Systems
6. Transparent and Flexible Storage of Application Objects in CORBA Environments
Demonstrations – Session D Convention Ctr – 207B
7. Tool-Box Frameworks – The New Challenge Beyond Black-Box And White-Box
8. JWARS – Better Warfare through Objects
10:30 am – 5:00 pm
DesignFest – Full day Convention Ctr –
201A/B, 202A/B,
203A/B, 204A
CodeFest – Full day Convention Ctr –
OOPSLA
Courtyard
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Technical Program – Session A
Invited Talk:
Jim Highsmith, “Adaptive Software Development”
Convention Ctr –
Ballroom
Technical Program – Session B
Papers: Java™ Optimization
Convention Ctr –
101 A, B, I, J
Technical Program – Session C
Papers: Systems and Middleware
Convention Ctr –
101 C thru H
Technical Program – XPO
Portability and Interoperability Across Internet Market Sites
Convention Ctr –
208 A, B, C, D
Demonstrations – Session A Convention Ctr – 206A
9. GLORP – Generic Lightweight Object-Relational Persistence
10. Developing Palm™ Applications in Java using IBM’s VisualAge Micro Edition
Demonstrations – Session B Convention Ctr – 206B
11. Clinical Trial Remote Data Capture Client/Server Solution
12. Wireless Applications Using C# and XML
Demonstrations – Session C Convention Ctr – 207A
13. Customer Context Server
14. FoodSmart – a large-scale distributed object system
Demonstrations – Session D Convention Ctr – 207B
15. Expressive Objects
16. Modeling Behavioral Requirements with UBET
1:30 pm – 5:00 pm
DesignFest – Half day Convention Ctr –
201A/B, 202A/B,
203A/B, 204A
Tutorials – Half day
68 Leading Retrospectives on OO Projects: Looking Back to Move Forward * Convention Ctr – 205A
69 Usage-Centered Design for Object-Oriented Development Convention Ctr – 205B
70 Introduction to Memory Management and Garbage Collection Convention Ctr – 205C
71 Component-Based Design: A Complete Worked Example Convention Ctr – 205D
72 Implementing Design Patterns Using C++ Templates Convention Ctr – 211A
73 Testing for Programmers Convention Ctr – 211B
74 Java Design Traps and Pitfalls * Convention Ctr – 211C
75 The Art of Writing Use Cases Convention Ctr – 211D
3:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Technical Program – Session A
Panel: Hacker or Hero? eXtreme Programming Today
Convention Ctr –
Ballroom
Technical Program – Session B
Papers: Java Extensions
Convention Ctr –
101 A, B, I, J
Technical Program – Session C
Practitioner Reports: Internet Applications
Convention Ctr –
101 C thru H
Technical Program – XPO
Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) – Alternate Viewpoints
Convention Ctr –
208 A, B, C, D
Demonstrations – Session A Convention Ctr – 206A
17. Swazoo-Aida, a Smalltalk Web Application Server
18. Implementing NetUnify.com Using Squeak as an App Server
Demonstrations – Session B Convention Ctr – 207B
19. A Simple Geographical Information System
20. Tilcara: An OO Perspective to Handle Continuous Fields in GIS
Demonstrations – Session C
4:15 pm – 5:00 pm
Convention Ctr – 206B
21. PocketLinux: An open-source, fully portable Java-XML information framework for heterogeneous devices
Demonstrations – Session C
4:30 pm – 5:15 pm
Convention Ctr – 207A
2. Hyper/J: Multi-Dimensional Separation of Concerns for Java
5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Exhibits Reception Convention Ctr –
Exhibit Hall 2


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