Lightning Talks

ChairsOlaf Zimmermann
IBM Research GmbH
Nadyne Mielke

A lightning talk is a five-minute presentation on any topic of interest to the OOPSLA community; it can be a new idea, a technology, an evaluation, an observation, a complaint, an explanation, a suggestion, a report of success or failure, a call to action, a description of a technique, or a lament. If you are a software developer working on an exciting project and you did not have the time to submit a full paper, Lightning talks are a great way to interact with the OOPSLA community and receive feedback on your ideas. Lightning talks are presented back-to-back with a strictly enforced five minute limit, so make sure that you can fit your presentation within this time span.

Lightning Talks

Lightning Talk Session

Room: 206Date: Oct 21, 2008Time: 15:30 - 17:00
Room: 206Date: Oct 23, 2008Time: 15:30 - 17:00


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