OOPSLA (Object-oriented Programs, Systems, Languages, and Applications) is a conference that provides a crossroads between academia and industry focusing on object technology and other advances in the software industry since 1986. GemStone Systems introduced its object database at the first OOPSLA conference, and has been actively involved ever since.

This year’s conference in Nashville will again have a number of Smalltalk-related sessions, including a workshop on Smalltalk Superpowers. I will be doing two tutorials, Introduction to Web Technologies and Can you be rich and thin? Building Dynamic Web Applications with Seaside (Tutorials 8 and 37).

You are invited to come update your skills!