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Call for submissions PLoP 2015 : Call for submissions PLoP 2015

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Link: http://hillside.net/plop/2015/
 
When Jan 1, 2015 - May 4, 2015
Where Pittsburgh - PA - USA
Submission Deadline May 4, 2015
Notification Due May 12, 2015
Final Version Due Jul 7, 2015
Categories    patterns   OOP   design patterns   pattern language
 

Call For Papers

Call for submissions PLoP 2015
22nd conference on Pattern Languages of Programs
October 23–26, 2015—Pittsburgh, PA, USA
http://hillside.net/plop/2015/


The Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP™) conference is the premier event for
pattern authors and enthusiasts to gather, discuss, and learn more about
patterns, programming, and software development.

This year PLoP will be co-located with the SPLASH conference, in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania. The conference is not traditional—the main event is a set of
Writers’ Workshops where pattern papers are reviewed by fellow authors, led
by expert workshop leaders.

Authors and everyone will find lots of opportunities to learn about
patterns, pattern languages, pattern writing, and the quest for
human-centered software creation in the panoply of PLoP activities:
Writers’ Workshops, Focus Groups, BoF sessions, BootCamp, Games,
shared meals and chit-chat.

Reinventing the past is hard to do and not what we plan. Programming,
software, and software development are changing fast. We plan to explore
where it could all go, how code will be made, what the nature of software
design will be, how scale will infect everything, and what kinds of new
software will emerge.

Submissions

Paper submissions may include short papers containing one or
more patterns, longer pattern languages or sequences, or works in-
progress by writers wishing to get in-depth shepherding by
an experienced author at the conference. Patterns and pattern
languages on other topics, essays on patterns, and visions for the
future are encouraged.

In addition, you may submit proposals for free-format discussion groups or
workshops bringing together people interested in a hot topic related to
patterns or proven practices—with a duration about two hours.
Non-conventional formats are welcome.

PLoP15 submissions are peer reviewed and digitally archived at ACM. Papers
discussed at writers’ workshop at this conference qualify for submission to
the journal “TPLoP—Transactions on Pattern Languages of Programming,”
published by Springer. See Springer’s pages on TPLoP for details of this
journal.

For more details, please visit: http://hillside.net/plop/2015/

Important Dates

◾ Initial Draft Submission deadline May 4, 2015
◾ Start of shepherding May 12, 2015
◾ Focus Groups Submission June 30, 2015
◾ Second draft due for review July 7, 2015
◾ Notification of acceptance July 15, 2015
◾ Conference registration ends September 1, 2015
◾ Conference versions due September 1, 2015
◾ PLoP bootcamp October 23, 2015
◾ PLoP conference days October 24-26, 2015
◾ Proceedings versions due January 15, 2015

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