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The ModulaTor

Oberon-2 and Modula-2 Technical Publication

Ubaye's First Independent Modula-2 & Oberon-2 Journal! Nr. 80, Jul-1999, 2nd revised edition (1st ed. was call for papers previously)


CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

JMLC 2000
Joint Modular Languages Conference
ETH Zurich, Switzerland, September 6-8 2000

http://www.jmlc.ethz.ch
mailto:jmlc@inf.ethz.ch

The Conference Program and registration information for the JMLC 2000 and its affiliated tutorials are available on-line: http://www.jmlc.ethz.ch/

Early registration ends July 31.

Conference Programme: http://www.jmlc.ethz.ch/programme.html

Tutorials: http://www.jmlc.ethz.ch/tutorials.html

Mon, 4 Sep. 14.00 - 18.00: Building Component Frameworks with Component Pascal -- Cuno Pfister, Wolfgang Weck (Oberon Micorsystems Inc.)

Tue, 5 Sep. 8.30 - 12.30: Developing JavaBeans Components -- Mark Davidson (Sun Microsystems Inc.)

Tue, 5 Sep. 14.00 - 18.00: CORBA -- Jon Siegel (OMG - Object Management Group)

Wed, 6 Sep. 8.30 - 12.30: Component Software - The Key Issues in Practice meet COM+ -- Clemens Szyperski (Miscrosoft Research)

Fri, 8 Sep. 14.00 - 18.00: Techniques for Trusted Components -- Betrand Meyer (ISE)

Oberon-Exposition http://www.jmlc.ethz.ch/expo.html Wed, 6 Sep. 16.00 - 20.00

The conference itself runs from Wednesday, 6 September to Friday, 8 September and includes 20 presentations and 4 keynote presentations

PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY.



JMLC 2000 - Call For Papers

Joint Modular Languages Conference


6th - 8th September 2000
ETH Zurich
Switzerland
 

Current computer hardware is capable of running very large operating systems
and application scenarios. The construction, however, of large and functionally
rich systems remains a real challenge and many different avenues may lead to
success - and raise a multitude of questions and issues such as:

Original papers focussing on the issues above and on other aspects of modular languages
are sollicited until Wednesday 15th January 2000 to

Prof. Dr. Jürg Gutknecht
Informatik, ETH Zürich
CH 8092 Zürich

Full papers are not to exceed 12 pages including illustrations. Case studies and industrial
applications are welcomed. Extended abstracts will also be considered. Electronic submissions
in Postscript form to mailto:jmlc@inf.ethz.ch with Subject "submission" followed by the name of
the main author.

The conference proceedings will be published by Springer as Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

For more informations please refer to http://www.jmlc.inf.ethz.ch or contact mailto:jmlc@inf.ethz.ch


JMLC 2000 Overview
 

Conference Location

The JMLC2000 Conference will be held at ETH Zurich (Federal Institute of Technology).
 

Conference Topics

Keynote Speakers OBERON EVENT

In conjunction with JMLC 2000 we plan to have an Oberon event on Wednesday, September 6th, in the evening.


IMPRESSUM: The ModulaTor is an unrefereed journal. Technical papers are to be taken as working papers and personal rather than organizational statements. Items are printed at the discretion of the Editor based upon his judgement on the interest and relevancy to the readership. Letters, announcements, and other items of professional interest are selected on the same basis. Office of publication. The Editor of The ModulaTor is Günter Dotzel; he can be reached at [email deleted due to spam]

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