Oberon Day 2011 on May 27 at VisDome, ETH Zurich ETH Zurich
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Overview

A meeting point for the international Oberon community, Oberon Day is an occasional informal symposium of presentations and discussions in systems and software derived from or inspired by Project Oberon - the powerful but minimalist graphical operating system designed by Niklaus Wirth and Jurg Gutknecht and programmed in the Oberon programming language, a successor to Pascal.

This year we are back in Zurich, celebrating 25 years of evolution and history of the Oberon language and systems, along the three tracks of research, education and industry. A convivial meeting which is free to attend, it will be primarily composed of people actively working with Oberon, but will also be of interest to anyone seeking simpler software solutions and building computing systems from scratch.

We have invited talks from six speakers, mostly people from outside ETH who are actively working with Oberon-derived systems, and the day will end with a panel discussion where wide audience participation will be encouraged. More than this, the relaxed event has long breaks to facilitate private discussions, networking and socialising for the wide group of Oberon enthusiasts.




 

2011-02-16
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2011-03-09
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2011-03-31
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2011-05-04
Schedule complete

2011-05-28
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2011-06-30
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2011-09-19
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