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OOPSLA 2000, Conference On Object-Oriented Programming, Systems, Languages and Applications

OOPSLA is no longer accepting submissions. Please see the Conference Program.

I would like to personally invite you to contribute to the technical program and activities of OOPSLA 2000. Because there are so many different ways to get involved, I have quickly previewed them below, to help you see which is the right one for you. Each contribution type has its own Chair and submission guidelines -- details may be found on the individual CFP pages (links to each appear on this page) and more specific questions should be directed to the appropriate Chair. But if you have a great idea for a new kind of event, please contact me!

Technical Papers - rigorously reviewed archival papers that contribute to the object-oriented community's scientific base.

Panels - small groups of individuals who discuss current topics with each other and encourage audience interaction.

Practitioners' Reports - software developers reflect on their real world experiences and lessons learned.

Tutorials - internationally-known experts teach half- and full-day courses on diverse technical topics, at introductory, intermediate, and advanced levels.

Workshops - researchers gather together in small to medium groups for focussed discussion on a topic.

Posters - informal or exploratory work is presented in a visual and interactive format.

Demos - show and tell for novel, state-of-the art systems, languages, environments, and applications.

DesignFest - small groups of designers and developers work on analysis and design problems.

Educators' Symposium - university educators and industry training experts share experiences, issues, and techniques.

Doctoral Symposium - a panel of experts mentors PhD students by providing feedback and guidance on their dissertation work.

Exhibits - software companies, consultants and training specialists, and publishers demonstrate their latest products.

Student Volunteers - in return for about ten hours of their time, student volunteers receive complimentary registration and other benefits.

Corporate Donors - companies receive recognition and visibility through monetary or in-kind contributions to conference activities.

You'll find it easy to contribute to OOPSLA this year, with our new and improved submission system (thanks to Bjorn Freeman-Benson and Darin Swanson). We look forward to your contributions and participation, and to seeing you in Minneapolis!

In addition to the specific instructions provided by each CFP, you should also look at the General ACM Paper Formatting Guidelines.

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