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Reminder: OOPSLA Submissions Due March 19th

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I’m involved in helping review the tutorial. Do you  have something others would be interested in learning about? Please consider submitting a proposal, but do it fast since they are due March 19th. Here’s what the Tutorials are described as:

OOPSLA tutorials are half-day classes, taught by experts, designed to help software professionals rapidly come up to speed on a specific technology or methodology. Tutorials can be lecture-oriented or participatory.

OOPSLA tutorial attendees deserve the highest standard of excellence in tutorial preparation and delivery. Tutorial presenters are typically experts in their chosen topic and experienced speakers skilled in preparing and delivering educational presentations. When selecting tutorials, we will consider the presenter’s knowledge of the proposed topic and past success at teaching it.

If you’re interested, it’s not too late — and every submission helps ensure the quality of what is selected is the best possible. Do please consider a submission.

Below is the more generic announcement for all OOPSLA things:

OOPSLA 2009 Call for Submissions


OOPSLA solicits contributions that explore all facets of programming, systems, languages, or applications.  Topics span a range of issues at the intersection between programming languages and software engineering. Moreover, OOPSLA is a key forum for introducing and discussing key programming models, programming methods, and related software engineering ideas, technologies, tools, and applications.

So OOPSLA is seeking contributions that address current software challenges, such as programmer productivity, security and reliability, ultra-large scale systems, and evolving hardware platforms.  Of particular interest are those contributions addressing OOPSLA 2009’s focus on:

  • Scaling: Multi-Core to Cloud
  • Mashups of Models, Data and Code
  • Tools for Reliability and Evolution
  • Enterprise Agile Management

Here are the important dates:

Call for Papers
March 19, 2009
Due date for Research Program, Onward!, Practitioner Reports,
Educators’ Symposium, Essays, and proposals for Tutorials, Panels,
Workshops, and DesignFest

July 2, 2009
Due date for Posters, Demonstrations, Student Research Competition,
Doctoral Symposium, Onward! Films, and Student Volunteers

Oct 25-29, Orlando

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

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Written by Jonathan

March 15th, 2009 at 6:36 pm

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