Call for participation -- Tool of Thought X 
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 Call for participation -- Tool of Thought X

NY/SIGAPL announces the tenth "APL as a Tool of Thought" seminar.  It will be
 held from 9am to 5pm on Saturday, 31 January 1998 in the Stevens Center at the
 Stevens Technical Institute in Hoboken, NJ.  The site is readily accessible by
 public transportation from New York City, or Newark Airport. There will be a
 variety of speakers on topics related to the APL, J, and K programming
 languages. Lunch will be served to attendees, and is included in the price.
 Printed Proceedings and Programs will be provided. The registration fee is $50
 for members of NY/SIGAPL, and $60 for non-members.  Full-time students: $20.  

Speakers will include Fred Waid on "Internet Applications"; Steve Apter on "K";
 Chris Burke on "J"; Devon McCormick on "Bayesian Statistics and Dynamic Linear
 Models for Financial Forecasting"; Jan Karman on "Pendies for Lops ";Bob
 Armstrong; Bob Brown; Stephen M. Mansour; and others.

Early registrants will get first choice of sessions, as far as possible. Early
 registration will assist the committee to plan space, food, and supplies.

We are still soliciting additional presenters.  If you would like to speak,
 please let us know as soon as possible.

Further information, and a downloadable registration form, are available on the
 web at: < http://www.*-*-*.com/ ;.  Or you can get further
 information from any of these people:




For a copy of the registration form by FAX, contact David E. Siegel.

         -David E. Siegel



Sat, 29 Apr 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 Call for participation -- Tool of Thought X

APL as a Tool of Thought X

NY/SIGAPL announces the tenth "APL as a Tool of Thought" seminar.  It will be
held from 8:30am to 5pm on Saturday, 31 January 1998 in the Stevens Center at
the Stevens Technical Institute in Hoboken, NJ.  The site is readily accessible
by public transportation from New York City, or Newark Airport. There will be a
variety of speakers on topics related to the APL, J, and K programming
languages. Lunch will be served to, and is included in the price. Printed
Proceedings and Programs will be provided. The registration fee is $50 for
members of NY/SIGAPL, and $60 for non-members.  Full-time students: $20.  

Credit card registration is available.  See the registration form on the web,
address below.

Contrary to previous announcements, there will be NO additional charge for
registration at the door, but pre-registrants will have first choice of
schedule.  Pre-registration greatly assists the organizers, and attendees are
strongly requested to register as far in advance as possible.

Speakers will include  Steve Apter on "K"; Bob Armstrong on "Low Down Objects";
Philip Benkard on "OOP in APL"; Chris Burke on "J"; Stephen M. Mansour on
"Non-looping algorithms for mortgage cash flows"; Devon McCormick on "Bayesian
Statistics and Dynamic Linear Models for Financial Forecasting"; Jan Karman on
"Pendies for Lops "; Fred Waid on "Chat Client and other network-aware
applications in APL+Win"; Gary Bergquist; Bob Brown; Richard Krafchin; and
others.

Directions to Stevens Institute

By Public Transportation

From New York City

Bus: Take NJ Transit Bus No 126, or the Red Apple bus from the Port Authority
Bus Terminal at 8th Ave. & 42nd St. The bus goes directly to Hoboken and
travels down Washington street,
Subway: Take the PATH subway, marked "Hoboken". Once in Hoboken, take a local
Washington Street bus.

From West of the Hudson River

Airplane: Use Newark Airport. Cab fare from the Airport is about $25. Or else
take the NJ Transit "Airlink" bus to Penn Station Newark, and then take the
PATH train to Hoboken, transferring at Journal Square, Jersey City.

Bus: Connections may be made in Journal Square, Jersey City, for Downtown Bus
No 5-6 (marked "Jersey City - Weehawken") to Washington St. in Hoboken.

Train: Many NJ Transit trains stop in Hoboken, or at Penn Station, Newark. From
Newark, take the PATH train to Journal Square, and change to a westbound PATH
train for "Hoboken/33rd"
By Automobile

From New York City: Take the Lincoln Tunnel. At the end of the tunnel, bear to
the extreme right and go through the overpass marked "Hoboken".

From New Jersey and points South and West: Take the NJ Turnpike to exit 16E
(from the south) or 17 (from the west) toward the Lincoln Tunnel.  At the sign
"Last exit in New Jersey (Weehawken, Hoboken)" exit to the right and turn right
at the 2nd traffic signal.

Once in Hoboken: On either Willow or Park Ave., proceed over a small bridge and
turn left onto 14th street. Go two blocks to Washington Street and turn right.
Take Washington for five blocks and turn left on 9th street. Go two blocks,
then turn right on Castle point Terrace.  Park in the 8th Street lot, directly
ahead of you.

For further information, contact:


941-3526

734-9554

A registration form (downloadable) is available on the web at
<http://www.acm.org/sigapl/tool98/>


number or postal address, if you do not have web access.  



Wed, 10 May 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 Call for participation -- Tool of Thought X

The correct URL for the Tool of Thought web page is
<http://www.acm.org/sigapl/tool98.htm>  The ".htm" was incorrectly left off the
URL in my previous msg.  I am sorry for this error, and I hope it did not cause
problems for anyone.  My thanks to the person who brought this to my attention.

                 -David E. Siegel



Thu, 11 May 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 Call for participation -- Tool of Thought X

APL as a Tool of Thought X

NY/SIGAPL announces the tenth "APL as a Tool of Thought" seminar.  It will be
held from 8:30am to 5pm on Saturday, 31 January 1998 in the Stevens Center at
the Stevens Technical Institute in Hoboken, NJ.  The site is readily accessible
by public transportation from New York City, or Newark Airport. There will be a
variety of speakers on topics related to the APL, J, and K programming
languages. Lunch will be served to, and is included in the price. Printed
Proceedings and Programs will be provided. The registration fee is $50 for
members of NY/SIGAPL, and $60 for non-members.  Full-time students: $20.  

Credit card registration is available.  See the registration form on the web,
address below.

The committee would like to urge people to register as soon as possible.  Early
registration aids planning and makes the organizer's jobs much easier.  Early
registrants will be sent a form to indicate preferences in talks, which will be
used in setting the final schedule.

Contrary to previous announcements, there will be NO additional charge for
registration at the door, but pre-registrants will have first choice of
schedule.  Pre-registration greatly assists the organizers, and attendees are
strongly requested to register as far in advance as possible.

Speakers will include  Steve Apter on "K"; Bob Armstrong on "Low Down Objects";
Philip Benkard on "OOP in APL";; Bob Brown on "How I use APL in Industry";
Chris Burke on "J"; Eric Iverson on "OOP in J";  Stephen M. Mansour on
"Non-looping algorithms for mortgage cash flows"; Devon McCormick on "Bayesian
Statistics and Dynamic Linear Models for Financial Forecasting"; Jan Karman on
"Pendies for Lops "; Fred Waid on "Chat Client and other network-aware
applications in APL+Win"; Eric Baelen; Gary Bergquist; Richard Krafchin; and
others.

Directions to Stevens Institute

By Public Transportation

From New York City

Bus: Take NJ Transit Bus No 126, or the Red Apple bus from the Port Authority
Bus Terminal at 8th Ave. & 42nd St. The bus goes directly to Hoboken and
travels down Washington street,
Subway: Take the PATH subway, marked "Hoboken". Once in Hoboken, take a local
Washington Street bus.

From West of the Hudson River

Airplane: Use Newark Airport. Cab fare from the Airport is about $25. Or else
take the NJ Transit "Airlink" bus to Penn Station Newark, and then take the
PATH train to Hoboken, transferring at Journal Square, Jersey City.

Bus: Connections may be made in Journal Square, Jersey City, for Downtown Bus
No 5-6 (marked "Jersey City - Weehawken") to Washington St. in Hoboken.

Train: Many NJ Transit trains stop in Hoboken, or at Penn Station, Newark. From
Newark, take the PATH train to Journal Square, and change to a westbound PATH
train for "Hoboken/33rd"
By Automobile

From New York City: Take the Lincoln Tunnel. At the end of the tunnel, bear to
the extreme right and go through the overpass marked "Hoboken".

From New Jersey and points South and West: Take the NJ Turnpike to exit 16E
(from the south) or 17 (from the west) toward the Lincoln Tunnel.  At the sign
"Last exit in New Jersey (Weehawken, Hoboken)" exit to the right and turn right
at the 2nd traffic signal.

Once in Hoboken: On either Willow or Park Ave., proceed over a small bridge and
turn left onto 14th street. Go two blocks to Washington Street and turn right.
Take Washington for five blocks and turn left on 9th street. Go two blocks,
then turn right on Castle point Terrace.  Park in the 8th Street lot, directly
ahead of you.

For further information, contact:


941-3526

734-9554

A registration form (downloadable) is available on the web at
<http://www.acm.org/sigapl/tool98.htm>
(This is the correct address, not the one previously posted in error.)


number or postal address, if you do not have web access.  

                 -David E. Siegel



Wed, 17 May 2000 03:00:00 GMT  
 
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