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21st Annual Tcl/Tk Conference
The conference is in the middle of downtown Portland in an area that's packed with microbrews, restaurants, music and museums.
See the info page for more details.
Christian Werner: Developer of AndroWish
Christian has accepted our invitation to be the keynote speaker.
Christian Werner is a self-employed software engineer and consultant living and working in Southern Germany. He developed open source ODBC and JDBC drivers for the popular SQLite engine and an ODBC binding for the Ruby programming language. He frequently uses Tcl/Tk in his paid work (mainly automation and communication) since the mid-nineties and recently started the AndroWish project, a native port of Tcl/Tk on the Android platform.
Tcl has been available on the Android platforms for years, but porting Tk is a major advance for rapid prototyping on that platform.
Come to the conference to get details on just what Christian did and how you can use his work to develop Android apps in hours instead of weeks.
There will be a jobs board again. If you are interested in hiring a Tcl/Tk expert or two, or are looking for new engagement, either show up with your announcement ready to tack on the board, or send email to [email protected].
No papers have been selected yet. You are invited to submit a proposal.
Online registration is ready now.
The conference will be held at the Embassy Suites Downtown, Portland, Oregon, USA . Our room rate will be honored from Thur (11/6) through Sat (11/15).
The room rate is $154/night.
The deadline for this rate is October 3, 2014. Book before!
The holding period for hotel rooms has passed. To register for a hotel room, call 1-503-796-3851, speak to Mary Kirchner and mention the Tcl Conference to receive the $154.00 rate.
Come learn about Tcl from the experts. The tutorials will include both introductory classes for Tcl newcomers and advanced classes where experienced programmers will learn new tricks and techniques.
See the list of tutorials for details.
The schedule is now online here.
To keep in touch with news regarding the conference and Tcl events in general, subscribe to the tcl-announce list.
To join the Tcl 2014 Conference mailing list subscribe to the Google Groups TclConference list.
For those who are not presenting a paper at the conference, but would like to present their work in some form, we do provide several other forms of participation.
Slots for Works-in-Progress (WIP) presentations and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions (BOFs) are available on a first-come, first-served basis by sending email to [email protected]. Some WIP and BOF time slots will be held open for on-site reservation, so we encourage all attendees with interesting work in progress to consider presenting that work at the conference.
To keep in touch with news regarding the conference and Tcl events in general, subscribe to the tcl-announce list .
|Clif Flynt||Noumena Corp||General Chair, Website Admin|
|Andreas Kupries||ActiveState Software Inc.||Program Chair|
|Gerald Lester||SAP Labs, LLC|
|Ron Fox||NSCL/FRIB Michigan State University||Publications|
|Cyndy Lilagan||National Museum of Health + Medicine Chicago|
|Joe Mistachkin||Mistachkin Systems|
|Brian Griffin||Mentor Graphics||Facilities|
|Mike Doyle||National Museum of Health + Medicine Chicago|
|Donal Fellows||University of Manchester|
|Jeffrey Hobbs||ActiveState Software Inc.|
|Steve Landers||Digital Smarties|
|Kevin Kenny||GE Global Research Center|
|Larry Virden||Tcl FAQ Maintainer|
|Steve Redler IV||SR Technology|
Last modified: October 13, 2014