Commentary by Kent Beck
I shall maybe perhaps perhaps not speak about an area that is topic like my distinguished other panelists. We will provide the procedure i personally use when I am composing my documents. You’ll adjust it for the writing procedure, or it can be used by you being a checklist for assessing completed papers (should this be beginning to seem like habits, well, fancy that). A lot of the things I will state is “good sense,” present in any book about writing. Having looked over a huge selection of submissions, however, I’m able to state with certainty that many of this writers do not follow these tips.
Write to your system committee.
Never forget that you must first get past the program committee before you can write to the vast, eager, and appreciative OOPSLA audience. I fix in my mind a picture of a harried PC member, desk piled with papers before I begin. Mine comes to your top. Continue reading “How to Get a Paper Accepted at OOPSLA”