Lightweight Languages Worshop 2003 (LL3)
Saturday, November 8, 2003, MIT, Cambridge, MA http://ll3.ai.mit.edu/ mailto:email@example.com CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
LL3 will be an intense, exciting, one-day forum bringing together the
best programming language implementors and researchers, from both
academia and industry, to exchange ideas and information, to challenge
one another, and to learn from one another.
The workshop series focuses on programming languages, tools, and
processes that are usable and useful. Lightweight languages have been
an effective vehicle for introducing new features to mainstream
We encourage presentations on topics of interest to the community of
lightweight language users and designers. We prefer topics that will
interest a broad audience. We do not require the presentation of
novel research ideas.
Due Friday Oct. 17
We seek two to five page abstracts of talks to be given at the
workshop. Talks will be 30 minutes long, including time for
questions and answers. Presenters are not expected to submit
papers, but slides will be published on the workshop web site.
We will also consider proposals for talks of different lengths.
Some suggested topics are:
* Language design: New language features, type systems and other reasoning tools, critiques of existing languages. * Implementation techniques: Interpreters and virtual machines, optimizations, cross-language interactions. * From scripts to programs: Software engineering with lightweight and/or a mix of languages. How to (or not to!) scale from little scripts to large, complex applications. Application war stories. * From ivory tower to cubicle -- what language implementors need to know from academic programming languages research -- and back. * Lightweight pearls: Elegant and instructive examples of programs in lightweight languages. * Programming tools and development processes.
Send submissions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We want presentations that will inspire, motivate, and educate. We
want language implementors and researchers to leave the workshop fired
up with ideas for future languages, features, and implementation
tricks. We want language users to leave the workshop fired up with
new ideas and new tools.
In addition to submitted presentations, there will be two invited
talks. After the workshop, there will be an evening social event and
Dates: Tuesday, Oct. 17 – submissions due by end of day.
Tuesday, Oct. 24 – notification of acceptance or rejection
Saturday, Nov. 8 – 9am-7pm, LL3!
Ken Anderson, BBN (co-chair)
Jeremy Hylton, Python Software Foundation (co-chair)
Geoffrey Knauth, BAE Systems
Shriram Krishnamurthi, Brown University
Erik Meijer, Microsoft Research
Dan Sugalski, Perl Foundation
Greg Sullivan, MIT CSAIL