|4th USENIX COOTS Conf - Discount Deadlines: Hotel 3/26, Reg 4/6 firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-03-20)|
|From:||email@example.com (Jackson Dodd)|
|Date:||20 Mar 1998 23:42:46 -0500|
Object Technologists: Register for COOTS '98 by April 6 to Save.
Also March 26 is the deadline for hotel savings--Call 800.955.4455
4TH USENIX CONFERENCE ON OBJECT-ORIENTED TECHNOLOGIES AND SYSTEMS
April 27-May 1, 1998
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Sponsored by USENIX, the Advanced Computing Systems Association
Full program and conference details and register on-line:
April 27-28--Master Complex Technologies in Tutorials.
Choose from excellent tutorials led by well-known experts from the
industry. You will master both theory and practice in:
*Designing Concurrent Object-Oriented Programs in Java
*Understanding COM and MTS
*Building Distributed CORBA Applications In C++
*Designing with Patterns
*Distributed COM & MTS: Programming Model, Protocol & Runtime
*Framework and Component Modeling for Java with UML
*Distributed Computing with Java Remote Method Invocation
*High-Performance C++ Programming
*Java/RMI, DCOM, and CORBA Interworking
*Three Cool Things in C++
April 29--Keynote: Rick Rashid, Director of Research, Microsoft Corp.
April 29-30--Take Today's Hot Topics into Tomorrow
Learn the Latest R&D Results in OO technologies. Hear about using
Java in industrial settings, providing essential qualities of service
in distributed OO infrastructures, and enabling the construction
and debugging mission-critical, distributed applications in both
CORBA and DCOM environments.
May 1--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.
Go to: http://www.usenix.org/events/coots98/ for details.
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. To find out more about USENIX, visit
our web site: http://www.usenix.org.
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