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SPLASH (OOPSLA) 2010 : Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications: Software for Humanity.


Conference Series : ACM conference on Systems, Programming, Languages and Applications: Software for Humanity
When Oct 10, 2010 - Oct 17, 2010
Where Reno, NV, USA
Submission Deadline Mar 25, 2010
Notification Due May 24, 2010

Call For Papers

OOPSLA is changing. OOPSLA is becoming SPLASH.

SPLASH isn't just a new name for our favorite conference-SPLASH has a new charter and mission: To bring together practitioners and researchers who are passionate about software, programming, design, and software engineering to explore the frontiers of software and software practice. SPLASH takes most of its name from OOPSLA: Systems, Programming, Languages, and Applications: Software for Humanity. OOPSLA's original mission of understanding and promoting objects has been mostly achieved with the pervasive adoption of objects, though is still a lot of work to do there. But OOPSLA has always exceeded its mission-being an engine for innovation and incubating important new ideas related (even remotely) to objects. OOPSLA has helped spawn multiple technologies and conferences including the Unified Modeling Language (UML) MODELS conference, Agile, Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP), Onward!, WikiSym, Design Patterns and the Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP) conferences, and the Dynamic Languages Symposium (DLS).

The future is becoming more intriguing with multicore computers, a variety of scripting and dynamic languages, ultra-large scale, new concepts for computing, and new societal, commercial, engineering, and scientific demands, to name a few things; and so SPLASH is taking on those challenges by providing a conference to explore them alongside co-located, externally organized workshops, symposia, conferences, and new organizations for collaborative exploration-these in addition to practitioner reports, tutorials, workshops, panels, an educators' symposium, a doctoral symposium, keynotes, and invited talks on topics in SPLASH's expanded mission.

OOPSLA, though, is not ending. OOPSLA remains one of the premier programming language conferences. OOPSLA will live on as a research conference focusing on technical papers and presentations aimed at refining and extending our understanding of objects and related technologies-and perhaps uncovering solutions to those new challenges. The streamlined OOPSLA will be one of two founding co-located SPLASH conferences. The other is Onward!.

Onward! is a software and programming conference dedicated to exploring the far frontiers of research and practice along with new ways of presenting research and practical results.

SPLASH will be the frame for these conferences. SPLASH will look for emerging trends and ideas, to bring them together to see what sparks ignite fire, and to make a place for people to exchange ideas who have perhaps never worked together
Important Dates
March 25, 2010

SPLASH Practitioner Reports, Educators' Symposium
Submissions, Tutorial Proposals, Panel Proposals,
Workshop Proposals, and DesignFest® Proposals
OOPSLA Research Papers
Onward! Research Papers, Essays, Workshop Proposals, Panel Proposals
June 3, 2010

Onward! Short Papers
June 24, 2010

SPLASH Lightning Talks, Posters, Demonstrations,
Doctoral Symposium, and Student Volunteers
Onward! Films

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