Compilers are fundamental to computer programming. Not only are fundamental programming techniques center stage in compiler design, but understanding how compilers are built will enable much more effective use of them. The Compiler Construction seminar is an intensive two day event in how compilers are built from front to back, by Walter Bright who has been building extraordinary compilers for 25 years.
Registration is strictly limited to 50 attendees. With a single-track, group-oriented structure, and with meals planned for the group, you are assured plenty of intensive one-on-one interaction with the experts. Combined with your aims and experience, the deep and expansive expertise of our seminar leaders offers a unique opportunity for insight into compilers and software design.
The registration deadline of August 26rd is to ensure hotel accommodations and rates. Please visit our lodging page and contact the Hotel Elliott directly for rates and availability. If you are unable to secure a hotel room please contact Trish Bright.
The program mixes formal presentations and free-form discussion, all speakers will be available. We expect the atmosphere to be social, fun, and intense.
Sessions will be held at the Banker's Ballroom in picturesque Astoria, Oregon.
Meet and Greet, breakfasts, lunches, dinner and evening gatherings included at The Banker's Suite located across the street from the Hotel Elliott.
Questions? email Trish Bright or phone 425-417-6512.