January 30th, 2010 |
conferences, erlang | Bookmark on Pinboard.in
Interested in Erlang? You might consider attending Erlang Factory SF Bay Area 2010. Below is a message that Francesco Cesarini, conference organizer and co-author of the most excellent book Erlang Programming, sent to the erlang-questions list yesterday providing more information about the conference, especially pointing out that the Very Early Bird registration deadline is tomorrow (Sunday January 31). Hope to see you there!
a note to say that we are almost done with the programme for the 2010 SF Bay Area Erlang Factory. This year, we are lucky to have keynote speakers such as Joe Armstrong, Bjarne Dacker, Kenneth Lundin and Steve Vinoski. They will be giving four of the 35 scheduled talks on the 25th and 26th of March in the San Francisco Bay Area. The almost complete programme is available here:
The conference will be preceded by three days of University courses taught by experts such as Simon Thompson, John Hughes, Thomas Arts, Henry Nystrom and Kevin Smith. Come and learn Erlang, OTP, QuickCheck or Web Development with Erlang. More information on the courses are here:
This *Sunday* (January 31st) is the deadline for the very early bird deadline. Register by Sunday night and save $400 on the on-site registration price.
The conference hotel and venue is the SF Airport Hilton, a short BART / Caltrain ride from SF and the Valley. We have secured a very competitive price of US$109 per room and night at the conference hotel, this being one of the reasons for us choosing it. The other is the lower price of the venue, allowing us to pass on the savings to the delegates through a higher very early bird discount. We are planning an ErlLounge open to everyone who can’t make the two days on the 25th, and hope we will be able to surpass last year’s success. If you have thoughts or questions, you are welcome to drop me a line.
Hope to see you all there!
January 21st, 2010 |
General | Bookmark on Pinboard.in
IEEE Internet Computing will be assembling its editorial calendar for the 2011-2012 timeframe at its upcoming editorial board meeting. We solicit proposals to guest edit theme issues. For detailed instructions please see the web site. The deadline for proposals for this cycle is March 1, 2010.
January 14th, 2010 |
call for papers, conferences, REST | Bookmark on Pinboard.in
I’m on the program committee for the WS-REST 2010 conference. Please consider submitting a paper, but note that the submission deadline is coming up quickly.
Paper Submission: February 8, 2010
Call for Papers
The First International Workshop on RESTful Design (WS-REST 2010) aims to provide a forum for discussion and dissemination of research on the emerging resource-oriented style of Web service design.
Over the past few years, several discussions between advocates of the two major architectural styles for designing and implementing Web services (the RPC/ESB-oriented approach and the resource-oriented approach) have been mainly held outside of the research and academic community, within dedicated mailing lists, forums and practitioner communities. The RESTful approach to Web services has also received a significant amount of attention from industry as indicated by the numerous technical books being published on the topic.
This first edition of WS-REST, co-located with the WWW2010 conference, aims at providing an academic forum for discussing current emerging research topics centered around the application of REST, as well as advanced application scenarios for building large scale distributed systems.
In addition to presentations on novel applications of RESTful Web services technologies, the workshop program will also include discussions on the limits of the applicability of the REST architectural style, as well as recent advances in research that aim at tackling new problems that may require to extend the basic REST architectural style. The organizers are seeking novel and original, high quality paper submissions on research contributions focusing on the following topics:
- Applications of the REST architectural style to novel domains
- Design Patterns and Anti-Patterns for RESTful services
- RESTful service composition
- Inverted REST (REST for push events)
- Integration of Pub/Sub with REST
- Performance and QoS Evaluations of RESTful services
- REST compliant transaction models
- Frameworks and toolkits for RESTful service implementations
- Frameworks and toolkits for RESTful service consumption
- Modeling RESTful services
- Resource Design and Granularity
- Evolution of RESTful services
- Versioning and Extension of REST APIs
- HTTP extensions and replacements
- REST compliant protocols beyond HTTP
- Multi-Protocol REST (REST architectures across protocols)
All workshop papers are peer-reviewed and accepted papers will be published as part of the ACM Digital Library. Two kinds of contributions are sought: short position papers (not to exceed 4 pages in ACM style format) describing particular challenges or experiences relevant to the scope of the workshop, and full research papers (not to exceed 8 pages in the ACM style format) describing novel solutions to relevant problems. Technology demonstrations are particularly welcome, and we encourage authors to focus on “lessons learned” rather than describing an implementation.
Papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format. Submit at the WS-REST 2010 EasyChair installation.
- Submission deadline: February 8, 2010, 23.59 Hawaii time
- Notification of acceptance: March 1, 2010
- Camera-ready versions of accepted papers: March 14, 2010
- WS-REST 2010 Workshop: April 26, 2010
Program Committee Chairs
- Rosa Alarcon, Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile
- Subbu Allamaraju, Yahoo Inc., USA
- Tim Bray, Sun Microsystems, USA
- Bill Burke, Red Hat, USA
- Benjamin Carlyle, Australia
- Stuart Charlton, Elastra, USA
- Joe Gregorio, Google, USA
- Michael Hausenblas, DERI, Ireland
- Rohit Khare, 4K Associates, USA
- Frank Leymann, University of Stuttgart, Germany
- Mark Nottingham, Yahoo Inc., Australia
- Aristotle Pagaltzis, Germany
- Ian Robinson, Thoughtworks, USA
- Richard Taylor, UC Irvine, USA
- Stefan Tilkov, innoQ, Germany
- Steve Vinoski, Verivue, USA
- Jim Webber, Thoughtworks, USA
- Olaf Zimmermann, IBM Zurich Research Lab, Switzerland
WS-REST Web site: http://ws-rest.org/
WS-REST Email: email@example.com