OOPSA Object-oriented Programming Conference
The conference is devoted to programming and related issues, such as project’s productivity, security, and management of ultra-large systems
The North American conference on OO programming systems is held every year since 1985. Following the success of Java and C++ OOPSLA evolved into the event that aims at changing the computing world, both by sharing new technologies and techniques, and by widening and spreading the theoretical base.
The speakers at the conference are leading programming practitioners and analysts, as well as university professors, and book authors.
„With the penetration of technology into business processes it's important to stay on top of all the recent technology trends and conferences are the most effective way of gaining first-hand information on the topic “, comments the marketing and sales manager of Eldev – software consulting services provider (http://www.eldev.com/service/it-consulting.php), who will also attend the event.
The most popular object-oriented programming languages nowadays are Java and C++. And the most commercially important recent OO languages are Visual Basic .NET and C#.
About OOPSA 2008
OOPSA 2008 is one of the most important North American Conferences on OO programming.
Many critical issues, including the most essential software occurrences over the last couple of decades will be discussed there.
Eldev is a software development firm providing standalone and web application programming services including offshore software solutions development and integration . Eldev exclusively focuses on the needs of small and medium sized businesses (SMB) across the globe.
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