JVM Language Summit
July 29–31, 2013
What’s at the Summit?
- Three days of technical presentations and conversations about programming languages and the JVM.
- Prepared talks by numerous visiting language experts, OpenJDK engineers, and other Java luminaries.
- Many opportunities to visit and network with your peers.
- Da Vinci Machine Project memorabilia. (Useful for proving, to your grandchildren, that you were there.)
- Dinner at a local restaurant, such as last year’s Faultline Brewing Company.
- A chance to help shape the future of programming languages on the JVM.
Space is limited: This summit is organized around a single classroom-style room, to support direct communication between participants. We have reserved a large conference room, but if the available space fills up, presenters and implementors will be given priority.
To cover costs, we are charging a nominal conference fee of $150 when your registration is confirmed.
Questions? Please send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for your support! We are looking forward to a great meet-up.
- Talks from previous years are hosted by the Oracle Technology Network: 2011, 2012. Some older talks are also available at InfoQ (2008 & 2009) and on the wiki (2010).
- Copies of the JVM Language Summit Web page, including abstracts and slides on the wiki, have been archived: 2008 (wiki), 2009 (wiki), 2010 (wiki), 2011 (wiki), and 2012 (wiki).
Our short URL is jvmlangsummit.com. It redirects into the OpenJDK Da Vinci Machine Project.