International Conference on Dynamic Languages
-- Call for papers --
15th International Smalltalk Joint Conference 2007Lugano, Switzerland, 25-31 August 2007
Although Smalltalk is one of the oldest object-oriented programming languages, its conception and programming environment can still be considered as a design pearl and as a beacon in the realm of programming languages and programming environments. Other dynamic languages (such as Lisp, Scheme, Self,...) were similarly influential in expanding what software engineers can express with their programs. With the rising popularity of languages like Ruby, Python, Javascrip, PHP, and with the growing challenges of aspect-orientation, pervasive computing, mobile code, and contextaware computing, dynamic languages are a worthy topic for further research. Therefore, ESUG decided to broaden the scope of the formerly "Smalltalk only" research track of its yearly meeting in order to enable cross-fertilization with research conducted using other dynamic languages. This way we hope to obtain more significant scientific results on various aspects of dynamicity in programming languages.
Therefore this international conference invites research papers that report on original scientific research conducted in and/or dynamic programming languages.
Topics of Interest
Topics of interest include but are not limited to
Papers (max. 25 pages, references included) should be in pdf-format and are too be submitted through a web-service located at http://www.lore.ua.ac.be/Events/ESUG07/.
All accepted papers will be published as an LNCS volume by Springer Verlag.
Lab On REengineering - Antwerpen, last modified 00:09:58 20 July 2007