Dynamic Languages Symposium
Tuesday, 8:30, 10 hours
Chair: Roel Wuyts, Universite Libre de Bruxelles
Java and C#, the latest mainstream static languages, popularized to a certain extent dynamic language features such as garbage collection, portability and (limited forms of) reflection. In the near future, we expect this dynamicity to increase even further. E.g., it is getting clearer year after year that pervasive computing is becoming the rule and that concepts such as meta programming, reflection, mobility, dynamic reconfigurability and distribution are becoming increasingly popular.
The goal of this symposium is to provide a highly visible, international forum for researchers working on dynamic features and languages. Papers will be presented that were selected by a broad international program committee with respected members from the functional, logic and object-oriented language communities. To top it off there will be a keynote speech by Gerald Jay Sussman.
More information is at the Dynamic Languages 2005 web site.
Tuesday, 8:30, 30 minutes, Sunset
Tuesday, 9:00, 1 hour, Sunset
Tuesday, 10:30, 1 hour 30 minutes, Sunset
Tuesday, 15:30, 1 hour, Sunset
Tuesday, 16:30, 1 hour, Sunset
Tuesday, 17:30, 1 hour, Sunset
Gerald Jay Sussman
Tuesday, 13:30, 1 hour 30 minutes, Golden West Room