SIGPLANSpecial Interest Group on Programming Languages

The ACM Special Interest Group on Programming Languages (SIGPLAN) explores programming language concepts and tools, focusing on design, implementation, and efficient use. Its members are programming language users, developers, implementers, theoreticians, researchers, and educators. ACM SIGPLAN Notices, available monthly (to be discontinued on December 2018) in either electronic or print format, contains regular columns and technical reports, as well as proceedings and abstracts from several SIGPLAN conferences. SIGPLAN sponsors four major conferences each year, plus many additional conferences and workshops focused on specific areas of interest. (FORTRAN Forum, issued three times each year, is available by separate subscription.)

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