Reminder: deadline is next Monday. Please get your talk abstracts in!
> On Apr 24, 2017, at 3:26 PM, Dan Smith wrote:
> CALL FOR SPEAKERS -- JVM LANGUAGE SUMMIT, JULY-AUGUST 2017
> We are pleased to announce the 2017 JVM Language Summit to be held at
> Oracle's Santa Clara campus on July 31-August 2, 2017. Registration is now
> open for speaker submissions and will remain open through May 22, 2017. 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 6
> each day) interspersed with less-formal multitrack "workshop" discussion
> groups (2-4 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 22. 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:
> For further information:
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