Scala Symposium 2016 Call For Papers (and talks)

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Scala Symposium 2016 Call For Papers (and talks)

Vlad Ureche
Hi everyone,

The Scala Symposium 2016 is an event welcoming researchers and practitioners in the Scala community for two days packed with interesting presentations and discussions. It's going to take place in in Amsterdam on the 30th and 31st of October 2016 (co-located with SPLASH and other interesting conferences).

We're looking for both scientific papers and practitioner insights, in a variety of formats:

  • Research papers (10 and 4 pages)
  • Tool papers (4 pages)
  • Student talks (abstract)
  • Open source talks (abstract)

If you're looking to share your ideas with a very motivated crowd, please have a look at the the detailed Call For Papers (and talks). And if you're curious what the Scala Symposium is all about, check out the previous editions: 2015, 2014 and 2013.

Thanks!
Vlad

PS: Apologies if you receive the email multiple times!

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Re: Scala Symposium 2016 Call For Papers (and talks)

Vlad Ureche
Hi everyone,

The abstract submission for the Scala Symposium 2016 is just 10 days away! We're looking forward to your contributions!

On behalf of the organizing team,
Vlad



On Fri, May 27, 2016 at 1:47 AM, Vlad Ureche <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi everyone,

The Scala Symposium 2016 is an event welcoming researchers and practitioners in the Scala community for two days packed with interesting presentations and discussions. It's going to take place in in Amsterdam on the 30th and 31st of October 2016 (co-located with SPLASH and other interesting conferences).

We're looking for both scientific papers and practitioner insights, in a variety of formats:

  • Research papers (10 and 4 pages)
  • Tool papers (4 pages)
  • Student talks (abstract)
  • Open source talks (abstract)

If you're looking to share your ideas with a very motivated crowd, please have a look at the the detailed Call For Papers (and talks). And if you're curious what the Scala Symposium is all about, check out the previous editions: 2015, 2014 and 2013.

Thanks!
Vlad

PS: Apologies if you receive the email multiple times!


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