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OOPSLA 2008 : ACM SIGPLAN Object Oriented Programming Systems and Applications Conference

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Conference Series : Conference on Object-Oriented Programming Systems, Languages, and Applications
 
 
When Oct 19, 2008 - Oct 23, 2008
Where Nashville, TN, USA
Submission Deadline Mar 19, 2008
Categories    programming languages
 

Call For Papers

OOPSLA 2008 Call for Papers
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essays, {craft, art, science} of software, python, eclipse, agile
development, onward!, {generative, functional} programming, .net, open
source, concurrency, smalltalk, aspects, second life, ruby, service-
orientation, objects, embedded,
ultra large scale, {model, test}-driven, passion, fun!, agents,
domain-specific, use cases, movies, lightning talks,
systems, objective-c, development, c#, design patterns, languages,
wiki, product-lines, java, refactoring, plop

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After more than 20 years OOPSLA is is a conference that continues to
attract attendees craving for new and better programming and design
paradigms as well as practices. In a few words the list above gives
you a condensed feeling of what OOPSLA is all about. To continue with
this tradition of groundbreaking work it is now up to you to
contribute your work to OOPSLA!
So what do we have in store this year:

This year we will have 3 major research tracks with peer reviewed
papers that will be published in the OOPSLA 2008 Proceedings: Research
Papers, Onward! and Essays. We are seeking submissions for these
tracks from academics and practitioners. Please visit http://www.oopsla.org/submit
for more info.
New this year is the Development program. Where the research program,
essays and Onward! focus on rigorous peer reviewed research, the
Development program focuses on the myriad of developments, large and
small, taking place in industry, labs, and institutions every day.
Open source, Service Oriented Architectures, Domain Specific
Languages, Dynamic Languages, Ultra Large Scale Systems, the list is
endless. The Development program is looking for papers, experience
reports, demos, and posters. Submissions can come from researchers,
academics, developers, practitioners, in short from you. More info can
be found at http://www.oopsla.org/submit

Here are the important dates:

Call for Papers
March 19, 2008
Due date for Research Program, Onward!, Development Program,
Educators? Symposium, Essays and proposals for Tutorials, Panels,
Workshops and DesignFest

July 2, 2008
Due date for Development Program Proposals, Student Research
Competition,
Doctoral Symposium and Student Volunteers

OOPSLA 2008
Oct 19-23, Nashville

For more information go to http://www.oopsla.org

Program Chair
Gregor Kiczales, University of British Columbia
papers at oopsla.org

Onward! Chair
Dirk Riehle, SAP Research
onward at oopsla.org

Development Program Chair
Nadyne Mielke, Microsoft
Olaf Zimmermann, IBM Research
development_program at oopsla.org

Conference Chair
Gail E. Harris, Instantiated Software Inc.
chair at oopsla.org

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