The leading forum for research and development on or related to the Scala programming language.
Join us for a full day of research talks, tool demos, and opportunities to engage with researchers, practitioners, and students working with or interested in the Scala programming language. The Scala workshop is a venue for exploring ongoing work on programming languages and software engineering, intent on bridging the gap between industry and academia.
We're happy to announce that Prof. Philip Wadler will keynote at this year's edition of the Scala Workshop!
We're happy to announce that, thanks to our sponsors, a limited number of accepted student talks will be awarded full ECOOP conference registrations!
This year, we're happy to announce that we've spiced up the format of the workshop quite a bit! In addition to full research papers, this year we also solicit short research papers, student talks, & demos.
This year, we will also be formally publishing our proceedings in the ACM Digital Library (unless authors choose not to). For more information, see the call for papers.
Short 5-10 minute talks by students presenting ongoing or completed research related to Scala, or announcing a project that would be of interest to the Scala community.
A live demonstration of a tool (typically complete, robust, and well-documented), accompanied by a short paper providing an overview of the tool.
Papers describing original research or experience reports related to Scala.
Research papers come in two flavors: - Regular (10 page) papers - Short (4 page) papers
Both in ACM double-column style.
We'll also have an exciting keynote by Prof. Phil Wadler, as well as a provocative panel discussion.