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Ed Falis <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 15 Jun 2000 18:11:58 -0400
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You can probably find the conference schedule online somewhere off of
www.eiffel.com.  If you do, you'll see that it's considerably broader than an
Eiffle conference, with a lot of great general OO oriented speakers.

- Ed

>
>Stephen Schwarm:
>> It's a group that Bertrand Meyer is involved with and driving, I think.
>
>Obviously, since it says that "the" book on Object Technology is Bertrand
>Meyer's book. Plus, half of the books in "your object library" are written
>by Meyer (and Eiffel is the main point of the other half).
>
>If that's not convincing enough, "outback.eiffel.com" and
>"www.tools-conferences.com" both resolve to the same IP address,
>registered to Interactive Software Engineering (ISE), Meyer's company.
>(And Bertrand Meyer is the administrative contact for the domain.)
>
>ON THE OTHER HAND, ....
>
>Richard Riehle (an Ada advocate) says:
>> Not only have I heard of this group, I am Tutorial Chair
>> for the USA Conference site.  Back when Ada 9X was introduced
>> with support for object-oriented programming, I presented a
>> tutorial on Ada for the TOOLS USA conference.  Ever since
>> then, this has been an Ada-friendly conference.  .....
>
>--
>Wes Groleau
>http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~wgroleau
>
>

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