REXX Events

REXX Events

Post by <CAT.. » Thu, 10 Mar 1994 04:20:04



Please share this information:

If you are interested in REXX, join us in Boston in May for the fifth REXX
Symposium (registration required), first meeting of the international REXX
Language Association (free), and meeting of the American National Standards
Institute X3J18 group working on a REXX standard (free, observers welcome).

Following are the Symposium registration details and tentative program and
agenda.
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REXX Symposium for Developers and Users
1-4 May, 1994
Omni Parker House
Boston, Massachusetts

The REXX Symposium provides a forum for information and ideas and an
opportunity to interact personally with others interested in using
and enjoying programming in REXX.  Author Mike Cowlishaw and other
implementers will be present and participate in the sessions.  This is
a participatory conference, so bring your software and ideas to share.

Please send questions to any member of the Symposium committee:




You are also invited to a kickoff meeting of the REXX Language Association
(RexxLA) to be held in conjunction with the Symposium and to attend the
ANSI meeting May 5-7 at the same hotel.

Special hotel rates have been negotiated for this Symposium if reservations
are made through the Omni Parker House in Boston by 1 April 1994.  For
lodging call the Omni at 800-THE-OMNI or 617-227-8600 (fax 617-227-2120)
and ask for the REXX Symposium rate:

     Lodging/Night --  US$92  single
                       US$109 double

Symposium registration is required:

     Conference    --  US$200 includes a dinner, breaks, Proceedings
                   --  US$75  for full-time students in degree
                              programs at accredited institutions

The registration fee is preferred in advance, payable in cash or check.
To register fill in the requested information below and call or mail to:

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                       Palo Alto, CA  94301  USA
                       1-800-245-3260
                       1-415-326-0510  fax 1-415-326-0245

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                         Tentative Program  7 March
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         Tom Brawn, IBM                                 REXX for AIX,
                                                     REXX for NetWare
         John Brock                                            RXMATH
         Anders Christensen,   Techniques for Performance Tuning REXX
           Student, Norway      Interpreters---A Case Study of Regina
         Ian Collier, Oxford Student         New Features in REXX/imc
         Mike Cowlishaw,IBM  Interesting Corners of the REXX Language
         Hal German, GTE                  Comparing Command Languages
         Eric Giguere, Waterloo               Watcom VX-REXX for OS/2
         Klaus Hansjakob, IBM                  IBM REXX Compiler News
         Lee Krystek, Boole                        Network Automation
           and Babbage                             Operations in Unix
         Luc Lafrance, Simware
         Neil Milsted, iX                      Open-REXX for NT, Etc.
         Patrick Mueller, IBM           Adventures in Object Oriented
                                                 Programming with ROX
         Simon Nash, IBM                  Object REXX Class Hierarchy
         Scott Ophof                                    REXX Language
         Edmond A. Pruul                 REXX, Reuse, and Portability
         Dave Renshaw, IBM                                Object REXX
         David Shriver, IBM                                 CICS REXX
         Timothy Sipples, Center for         REXX and OS/2 Multimedia
           Populations Economics
         Hobart Spitz                          Converting JCL to REXX
         Ed Spire, The Workstation Group        X-Based GUI XE Editor
                                                          ANSI Report
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                    Tentative Agenda, March 7

Sunday, May 1

1-4 PM      Rexx Language Association (RexxLA) Steering Committee

4 PM        Computer Museuam or Freedom Trail (optional)

7-8 PM      Checkin

Monday, May 2

8 - 8:30    Checkin

8:45-12:30  Sessions

12:30-1:30  Lunch

1:30 -5:30  Sessions

7:30-9:30   REXX Language Association public meeting (free)

Tuesday, May 3

9:00-12:30  Sessions

12:30-1:30  Lunch

1:30 -5:30  Sessions

7:30-9:30   Dinner Provided

Wednesday, May 4

9:00-12:30  Sessions

12:30-1:30  Lunch

1:30-3:30   Sessions

3:30        Freedom Trail or Computer Museum (optional)

Thursday-Saturday, May 5-7

REXX ANSI Meeting (free for observers)
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