4th USENIX Conf on Object-Oriented Tech & Sys (COOTS) - Conf Program

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3 Mar 1998 10:54:46 -0500

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From: jackson@usenix.org (Jackson Dodd)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 3 Mar 1998 10:54:46 -0500
Organization: USENIX Association
Keywords: OOP, conference

Object Technologists: Register by April 6 Save up to $100

4th Conference on Object-Oriented Technologies and Systems
(COOTS '98)
April 27-May 1, 1998
Eldorado Hotel, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association

Full program and conference details:

Email: conference@usenix.org
Phone: 714.588.8649

--Master Complex Technologies in Tutorials Instructed by Experts

    Choose from an excellent set of 12 tutorials led by well-known
    experts from the industry. You will master both theory and
    practice in areas such as: concurrent OO programming in Java;
    COM and MTS; building distributed CORBA applications in C++;
    designing with patterns; Java Beans; distributed computing with
    Java RMI; using UML for modeling Java programs; and high
    performance C++ programming.

--Keynote: Rick Rashid, Director of Microsoft Research

--Take Today's Hot OO Technologies into Tomorrow

    Learn from the latest R&D results. For example, you will learn
    about using Java in industrial settings, providing essential
    qualities of service in distributed OO infrastructures, and
    enabling the construction and debugging of mission-critical,
    distributed applications in both CORBA and DCOM environments.

--Advanced Topics Workshop:
"Building Scalable Applications Using Object-Oriented Technologies"

    Attendance open to COOTS '98 registrants only and based on
    acceptance of a position paper due by March 10, 1998.

--Meet your Peers and Share Solutions
    "COOTS provides a unique opportunity to discuss the application
    of OO technologies to your problems with industry experts and
    your peers." Joe Sventek, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories,
    Program Chair

USENIX is the Advanced Computing Systems Association. Its
members are the computer technologists responsible for many of
the innovations in computing we enjoy today. Visit our web
site: http://www.usenix.org.

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