OOPSLA 2000 REMINDER

OOPSLA 2000 REMINDER

Post by Sherman Alper » Fri, 29 Sep 2000 04:00:00



Reminder -- Friday September 29 is the last day for OOPSLA 2000 advance
registration!  We are offering 90 high-quality tutorials at a very
reasonable price ($295 for ACM members).  A number of tutorials have
already sold out, but many are still open, including the following
popular
courses:

Sunday, 15 Oct
#20, "An introduction to design patterns" (Vlissides)
#26, "Multiparadigm design and efficiency in C++" (Lippman)
#31, "Architecting e-services systems" (Beringer/Ogush/Coleman)

Monday, 16 Oct
#49, "Testing object oriented software" (McGregor)
#51, "Component technologies for the middle tier" (Stal)
#67, "Design by contract" (McKim)

Tuesday, 17 Oct
#69, "Usage-centered design for object-oriented development"
(Noble/Constantine/Lockwood)
#70, "Introduction to memory management and garbage collection"
(Richard/Jul)
#73, "Testing for programmers" (Marick)

Wednesday, 18 Oct
#76, "HyperJ: Multi-dimensional separation of concerns for Java"
(Tarr/Ossher)
#82, "Improving reuse in C++ through policy classes" (Alexandrescu)
#83, "Interconnecting objects via contracts" (Fiaderio/Andrade)

Thursday, 19 Oct
#87, "Transitioning to Object databases" (Chaudhri/Cole)
#88, "Responsibility-driven design: Practical techniques for modeling
object behavior" (Wirfs-Brock/McKean)
#89, "Developing Java applications for small spaces" (Carpenter/Auer)

You do not need to register for the whole conference to take these
courses
(though of course you will miss out on all the other activities if you
do
not!).  For more information or to register online, visit
http://oopsla.acm.org.

Thanks, and I hope to see you at the conference!
Mary Beth Rosson
General Chair, OOPSLA 2000