Call for Papers: DYLA @ TOOLS 2010
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4th Workshop on Dynamic Languages and Applications (DYLA 2010)
categories: programming languages, software engineering, computer science
When: Jun 28, 2010 Where: Malaga, Spain Submission Deadline: Mar 31, 2010 Notification Due: May 14, 2010 Final Version Due: May 31, 2010 link: http://scg.unibe.ch/wiki/events/dyla2010
Call For Papers
Goal and Topics
Human aspects of dynamic languages, such as - empirical studies about the application of dynamic languages - best practices and patterns specific to dynamic languages - program correctness through unit testing (as opposed to types) - improved or novel IDE support for dynamic languages - use of dynamic features by library & framework developers - scripting of static application with dynamic languages - reverse engineering and analysis of dynamic applications
Technical aspects of dynamic languages, such as - what features make a language a dynamic one? - agents, actors, active object, distribution, concurrency and mobility - delegation, prototypes, mix-ins, traits - first-class closures, continuations, environments - reflection and meta-programming - automated reasoning about programs written in dynamic languages - (concurrent/distributed/mobile/aspect) virtual machines - optimization of dynamic languages - multi-paradigm & static/dynamic-marriages - type systems for dynamic languages - (dynamic) aspects for dynamic languages - higher-order objects & messages - …other exotic dynamic features
The workshop will have a demo-oriented style. The idea is to allow participants to demonstrate new and interesting features and discuss what they feel is relevant for the dynamic language community. Participants need to submit a 2–4 page position paper of their work in ACM, sig-alternate.cls format. At the workshop, participants will be asked to give 10-minute “lightning demos” of their contributions.
Submission page is https://www.easychair.org/login.cgi?conf=dyla10
- Alexandre Bergel, Univ of Chile, - Carl Friedrich Bolz, Heinrich-Heine-Univ, Düsseldorf, Germany - Simon Denier, INRIA Lille, France - Michael Haupt, HPI Potsdam, Germany - Adrian Kuhn, Univ of Bern, Switzerland
- Tom Dinkelaker, Technische Univ Darmstadt, Germany - Johan Fabry, Univ of Chile - Matthew Flatt, Univ of Utah, USA - Stephan Herrmann, TU Berlin, Germany - Abram Hindle, Univ of Waterloo, Canada - Kasper Lund, Google, Denmark. - Michael Perscheid, HPI Potsdam, Germany - Rodolfo Toledo, Univ of Chile - Niko Schwarz, Univ of Bern, Switzerland - Peter Sommerlad, HSR Rapperswil, Switzerland - Alessandro Warth, Viewpoints Research Institute, USA - Vadim Zaytsev, Univ of Koblenz, Germany
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Carl Friedrich Bolz
Carl Friedrich Bolz