TITLE: An Index to the OOPSLA Diaries AUTHOR: Eugene Wallingford DATE: November 08, 2005 3:00 PM DESC: ----- BODY: I have now published the last of my entries intended to describe the goings-on at OOPSLA 2005. As you can see from both the number and the length of entries I wrote, the conference provided a lot of worthwhile events and stimulated a fair amount of thinking. Given the number of entries I wrote, and the fact that I wrote about single days over several different entries and perhaps several weeks, I thought that some readers might appreciate a better-organized index into my notes. Here it is. Of course, many other folks have blogged on the OOPSLA'05 experience, and my own notes are necessarily limited by my ability to be in only one place at a time and my own limited insight. I suggest that you read far and wide to get a more complete picture. First stop is the OOPSLA 2005 wiki. Follow the link to "Blogs following OOPSLA" and the conference broadsheet, the Post-Obvious Double Dispatch. In particular, be sure to check out Brian Foote's excellent color commentary, especially his insightful take on the software devolution in evidence at this year's conference. Now, for the index: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 This and That I hope that this helps folks navigate my various meanderings on what was a very satisfying OOPSLA. Finally, thanks to all of you who have sent me notes to comment on this postings. I appreciate the details you provide and the questions you ask... Now, get ready for OOPSLA 2006. -----