OOPSLA 2000 provides the opportunity to mingle with the recognized leaders in object technology in a more casual setting, through a number of social activities. The OOPSLA Courtyard, in the center of Exhibit Hall, will offer food and beverage concessions, message boards, the OOPSLA CodeFest, and one-on-one interaction with Conference speakers and authors.

Name badges will be required to attend events.

Tutorial and Workshop Reception
Sunday Evening, October 15, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Minneapolis Convention Center

A reception open to anyone who attends (or leads) at least one Tutorial or Workshop. This is an excellent forum to share information on the day’s activities.

Welcome Reception
Monday Evening, October 16, 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Minneapolis Hilton

All full (and Monday one-day) conference registrants are invited to attend the Welcome Reception. OOPSLA participants are encouraged to view the OOPSLA 2000 Poster Session during the Welcome Reception.

Newcomers’ Orientation
Monday Evening after Welcome Reception,
October 16, 7:30 pm – 8: 00 pm
Minneapolis Hilton
A special session has been arranged for OOPSLA newcomers. If you have never been to an OOPSLA before, this is a unique opportunity to meet other first-time OOPSLA participants early in the conference, and to learn about the facets of OOPSLA and how to maximize your OOPSLA experience.

Exhibits Reception
Tuesday Evening, October 17, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Exhibit Hall, Minneapolis Convention Center
All full (and Tuesday one-day) conference registrants are invited to a reception to be held in the Exhibit Hall.

Special Event –
“Objects and the Not-So-Holy Grail”
Wednesday Evening, October 18, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
International Marketplace
Join the fun as OOPSLA transforms the International Marketplace into a medieval village for an evening of imagination and magic. Strolling magicians, jugglers, and jesters will entertain and delight. Tables will be laden with a bountiful feast to make the experience complete.

All full conference registrants are invited.

Transportation will be provided from conference hotels.

Camp Smalltalk @ OOPSLA 2000
Throughout the Conference
OOPSLA Courtyard, Minneapolis Convention Center
http://wiki.cs.uiuc.edu/CampSmalltalk
http://wiki.cs.uiuc.edu/CampSmalltalk/Camp+Smalltalk+%40+OOPSLA
Think "Camp David." Think "summer camp." Camp Smalltalk is a recurring event where a bunch of Smalltalkers gather to make the world a better place and have a great time! The next Camp will be held during OOPSLA 2000. As Campers, we've been working on various projects that benefit the entire Smalltalk community, and we'll continue to do so at OOPSLA. Camp Smalltalk is voluntary and participatory. Novice or expert, drop by and join in the programming fun. Or just stop by while the Campers demonstrate, educate, and evangelize Smalltalk for the year 2000.


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