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John McCormick <[log in to unmask]>
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Team Ada: Ada Programming Language Advocacy
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It would be great to have some Ada papers submitted to this conference.

John

>SUBMITTAL DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED!
>Due to a great response, we will be extending the abstract / paper 
>submittal deadline to 30 November.
>
>We also encourage people who would like to help shape the conference 
>by scoring papers to sign up as a reviewer through the 
>website.  Abstract scoring is taking place now through 6 December.
>---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>SAVE THE DATE, PLAN NOW TO ATTEND!
>http://www.sstc-online.org
>
>20th Annual Systems & Software Technology Conference (SSTC 2008)
>29 April - 2 May 2008
>Las Vegas Hilton Hotel
>Las Vegas, Nevada
>
>Welcome to the 20th installment of the Systems and Software 
>Technology Conference (SSTC).  Just about 20 years ago, Tetris was 
>becoming the computer game of choice. VGA Graphics were gaining in 
>popularity. A company known by its initials, IBM, was delivering the 
>PS/2 computer. It had a funny new pointing device - a mouse. And the 
>first ever Software Technology Conference was held.  From the 
>beginning, SSTC has focused on technology relating to the Department 
>of Defense. We begin another decade with this same focus.
>
>Our theme will be "Technology: Tipping the Balance". The idea behind 
>the theme is to explore new and needed technologies, as well as 
>lessons learned, which tip the balance in the favor of our Defense 
>Services, providing them an asymmetric advantage.
>
>TOPICS INCLUDE: Robust Engineering, Systems from Design to Delivery, 
>Assurance and Security, Processes and Methods, New Concepts and 
>Trends, Lessons Learned, Professional Development, Policy and 
>Standards, Estimating and Measuring
>
>AN EXCITING NEW ADDITION THIS YEAR - we will also be accepting 
>papers for selection as a presentation in one of the plenary sessions.
>
>SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT / PAPER TODAY!
>(submittal deadline has been extended to 30 November 2007)
>
>http://www.sstc-online.org

John W. McCormick 			[log in to unmask]
Computer Science Department
University of Northern Iowa 		voice (319) 273-6056
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0507 		fax (319) 273-7123
http://www.cs.uni.edu/~mccormic/

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