SPLASH Proceedings

As previously arranged, the ACM Digital Library is open right now,
to access all SPLASH content during SPLASH. Here are the links:

* OOPSLA/Onward! Proceedings
Includes OOPSLA papers, Onward! Essays and long papers

* SPLASH/OOPSLA Companion
Includes Practioner Reports, Onward! short papers, Educators' & Trainers' Symposium, Student Research Competition, Doctoral Symposium, Posters, Panels and more

* International Lisp Conference

* Dynamic Languages Symposium

The proceedings are also on the DVDs available at the registration desk.

Reno Information

Reno is "The Biggest Little City in the World". It has a desert climate, which means that it is warmer during the day but turns cold at night. It looks like it will be party sunny with some rain. High temperatures in the 60s (15 to 20 Celsius) and lows just above freezing. Reno is the main airport for Late Tahoe, which is very much worth a visit. Here is more information on Reno for your stay at SPLASH.

 

Hotel Reservations Open

SPLASH 2010 takes place October 17-21 at John Ascuaga's Nugget Casino Hotel and Convention Center in Reno/Tahoe, NV, USA. A block of rooms has been reserved for SPLASH at a rate of $105 per night. More information about local arrangements.

For online reservations, use the Nugget reservation page with group code GOOPSLA.

To make reservations by phone, call toll free +1 (800) 648-1177.  Give a keyword associated to identify our event ("OOPSLA",  "SPLASH", or "Association for Computing Machinery") or the group code (GOOPSLA).

SPLASH 2010 Registration

You can register on-line or via fax and regular mail up to October 15.  But, if you register by September 22, you can save yourself hundreds of dollars.

After October 15 you may register on-site at the conference.

 

News & Announcements

The partial program for SPLASH is now posted. Not all sessions have been scheduled yet, and some contributions are still being evaluated. However, many aspects of SPLASH, including Tutorials, Panels, Workshops, Practitioner Reports, OOPSLA and Onward! papers, are now posted. The Onward! papers have not yet been organized in sessions, and other co-located conferences have not decided their program yet. The program will be updated frequently over the next few weeks. We look forward to seeing you in Reno.

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2009 Highlights

Barbara Liskov

In a reprise of her ACM Turing Award lecture, Barbara Liskov discusses the invention of abstract data types, the CLU programming language, clusters, polymorphism, exception handling, iterators, implementation inheritance, type hierarchies, the Liskov Substitution Principle, polymorphism, and future challenges such as new abstractions, parallelism, and the Internet.

Watch the video on InfoQ.

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