JVM Language Summit — Agenda

Please refer to the wiki for the detailed agenda, with linked talk summaries.

Our three days will be divided as follows:

 

 

 

Monday, 7/26

 

Tuesday, 7/27

Wednesday, 7/28

8:30

 

 

Breakfast (30 min)

9:00

 

 

Welcome (Goetz)

 

Doug Lea

(keynote)

Theodorou / Groovy

 

 

 

Nutter / JRuby

 

Forax / PHP

10:00

 

 

Caspole / AMD

 

Bloch / Google

Bothner / Kawa

 

 

 

Break (30 min)

11:00

 

 

Rose / HotSpot

W1A

Rose

Hickey

 

 

 

Wimmer / UCI

W1B

McKinney

TBD

12:00

 

 

Lunch (60 min)

Lunch (30 min)

 

 

 

Reinhold / JDK7

Messinger / Oracle

1:00

 

 

Stadler / JKU

 

Gafter/ LINQ

Pollak / Scala

 

 

 

Deva / Chronon

 

Field / Thorn

Flood / Fortress

2:00

 

 

Öhrström / JRockit

 

Break (30 min)

 

 

W1A

Öhrström

Heidinga / J9

Clement / ECJ

3:00

 

W1B

Titzer

Click / Azul

Pliss / Monty

 

 

 

Break (30 min)

Thorup / Erjang

Van De Venter / Maxine

4:00

 

W2A

Nutter

Thorup

Click

 

 

W2B

TBD

Field

Bothner

5:00

 

 

(break)

 

(lightning talks)

(final break)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6:00

Dinner at Faultline Brewing Company

 

Workshop sessions will run for 60 minutes, with two or more sessions in parallel. On the agenda, time blocks for workshops are colored green.

We expect all the talks to be deeply technical, given by designers and implementors to designers and implementors. We all speak Code here!

These talks, we hope and expect, will inform the audience, in detail, about the state of the art of language design and implementation on the JVM, and the present and future capabilities of the JVM itself. (Some will do so indirectly by discussing non-JVM technologies.) Beyond that, these talks will inspire us to work together with JVM-based technologies to build the next great software systems.

JVM Language Summit — Notes on the Agenda

  • The summit conference is running three days, July 26-28.
  • All plenary talks are in Oracle’s Stanford Conference Room (SCA05-1116); it is set up classroom style.
  • As last year, light breakfast and lunch are served on site.
  • Two or three breakout rooms are available for workshops, quiet conversation, and ad hoc consultations.
  • To log into the wiki, use the initial credentials (supplied on-site with your agenda card), then register yourself. Or re-activate last year’s login, if you were there.
  • (By the way, conference agendas from 2009 and 2008 are still on-line and in the wiki.)
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Notes to Speakers:

It is expected that the conference will be recorded professionally and posted on the internet. We encourage you to allow your talk (including audio and slides) to be recorded and posted. We will not do this, however, without a signed release form, so if you do not wish your talk to be recorded, simply do not complete the release form.

If you release our use of your written materials on the speaker release form, we will put your talk’s PDF (or other presentation file) on the conference wiki, so that the other conference participants, and the rest of the world, can see it there.

All talks (except breakouts) will be held in Oracle’s Stanford conference room, which has an overhead Infocus projector with a VGA connector. Please send PDFs of your slides in advance to Brian Goetz, so that we can have them ready to project from our laptop. But, if you plan to present from your own machine, please make sure it can talk to a VGA connector. (Macs generally require an adapter to do this.) We will also supply a clip-on microphone.