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OOPSLA 2000 Call for Participation   -   www.oopsla.org

       The annual OOPSLA (Object-Oriented Programming,
       Systems, Languages, and Applications) Conference is
       the premier forum in the field of object technology. And
       OOPSLA 2000 is the first OOPSLA of the new millennium --
       clearly the place to be if you are interested in the future of
objects
              in software development!

              One of OOPSLA's special attractions is the coming
              together of professionals from a broad range of
              disciplines, woven with the common thread of object
              technology. What you may not realize is that there are
              many ways for you to contribute: from carefully refereed
              archival papers through late-breaking demonstrations
              and informal birds-of-a-feather meetings. It will be your
              papers, your ideas, your active debate, and your
              shared experiences, that will make OOPSLA 2000 a
              great conference. OOPSLA is the venue for exchanging
              ideas and experiences in the field, attracting everyone
              from seasoned veterans to newcomers, from industrial
              researchers to academics, from software developers to
              end-users, from students to gurus. Join us for this
              unique opportunity to share your research or experience!

     FOR MORE INFORMATION:
          www.oopsla.org
          [log in to unmask]
          +1 503 252 5709

     Conference Chair: Mary Beth Rosson, Virginia Tech
     Program Chair: Doug Lea, SUNY Oswego

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