An Invitation to Participate
OOPSLA 2004 Conference Chair: John Vlissides, IBM Research, email@example.com
OOPSLA is the premier forum for practitioners, researchers, and students in diverse disciplines whose common thread is object technology. Historically, OOPSLA is an incubator of state-of-the-art technologies and practices. Dynamic compilation and optimization, patterns, refactoring, aspect-oriented programming, and agile methods (to name a few) all have OOPSLA roots. OOPSLA 2004 will continue that legacywith your help.
Becoming an active participant in OOPSLA is easier than you think. Start by choosing the events below that match your interests and the status of your work. Then read the submission requirements carefully, and finally submit your paper or proposal using the OOPSLA online submission system.
I urge you to help shape the future of software development by contributing to OOPSLA 2004. We look forward to your submissions and to seeing you in Vancouver!
Technical Papers Rigorously reviewed archival papers that contribute to the foundations of object technology.
Onward! A technical track for papers that present new thinking and new paradigms for computing.
Panels Small groups of experts who discuss issues in object technology, with audience participation.
Practitioner Reports Reports from the field describing real-world experience with object technology.
Tutorials Half- and full-day courses given by internationally renowned experts on wide-ranging topics relating to objects. Tutorials are assigned one of three levels: introductory, intermediate, or advanced.
Workshops Intensive, collaborative environments where participants surface, discuss, and solve challenging problems facing the field.
Posters Presentations of informal or exploratory work in a visual and interactive setting.
Student Research Competition The ACM SIGPLAN Student Research Competition.
Demonstrations Show-and-tell sessions for state-of-the art systems, languages, environments, and applications.
DesignFest® Small groups of designers and developers work on prepared analysis and design problems.
Educators' Symposium A one-day forum in which university educators and industry training experts share experiences, issues, and techniques.
Doctoral Symposium A one-day session where a panel of experts provides guidance and feedback to Ph.D. students on their dissertation topics.
Exhibits Displays and demonstrations of the latest products from software companies, consultants, training specialists, personal electronics vendors, and publishers.
Student Volunteers By donating a few hours of their time, students can associate with the top people in object-oriented technology, research, and software development.
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