We are pleased to announce the 2016 JVM Language Summit to be held at Oracle's 
Santa Clara campus on August 1-3, 2016. Registration is now open for speaker 
submissions and will remain open through May 23, 2016. There is no registration 
fee for speakers.

A limited number of early registration slots are also available for regular 

The JVM Language Summit is an open technical collaboration among language 
designers, compiler writers, tool builders, runtime engineers, and VM 
architects. We will share our experiences as creators of both the JVM and 
programming languages for the JVM. We also welcome non-JVM developers of 
similar technologies to attend or speak on their runtime, VM, or language of 

Presentations will be recorded and made available to the public.

This event is being organized by language and JVM engineers -- no marketers 
involved! So bring your slide rules and be prepared for some seriously geeky 


The summit is held in a single classroom-style room to support direct 
communication between participants. About 100-120 attendees are expected.

The schedule consists of a single track of traditional presentations (about 7 
each day) interspersed with less-formal multitrack "workshop" discussion groups 
(2-3 each day) and, possibly, impromptu "lightning talks."

Workshops will be less structured than in the past, favoring an open discussion 
format with only a small amount of prepared material. Thus, rather than 
collecting workshop abstracts from speakers, we're asking each registrant to 
suggest a few topics of interest. After choosing the most popular topics, we'll 
ask some registrants if they'd like to act as discussion leaders.

Instructions for Speaker Registration

If you'd like to give a presentation, please register as a Speaker and include 
a detailed abstract. Speaker registration will remain open through May 23. 
There is no fee. See below for help preparing your abstract and talk. You will 
be notified about whether your proposal has been accepted; if not, you will be 
able to register as a regular attendee.

For a successful speaker submission, please note the following:

- All talks should be deeply technical, given by designers and implementors to 
designers and implementors. We all speak bytecode here!

- Each talk, we hope and expect, will inform the audience, in detail, about the 
state of the art of language design or implementation on the JVM, or will 
explore the present and future capabilities of the JVM itself. (Some will do so 
indirectly by discussing non-JVM technologies.)

- Know your audience: attendees may not be likely to ever use your specific 
language or tool, but could learn something from your interactions with the 
JVM. A broad goal of the summit is to inspire us to work together on JVM-based 
technologies that enable a rich ecosystem at higher layers.

To register:

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