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Participating in SIGSOFT 2004


You can contribute to the technical program of SIGSOFT 2004 in three different ways:


You can attend the conference in its various meetings such as technical papers, workshops, tutorials, and birds-of-a-feather sessions. The technical program of SIGSOFT 2004 will become available as of late summer. Detailed registration information, including costs of attendance, will also become available later this year.

help promote SIGSOFT 2004/FSE–12

The success of SIGSOFT and FSE requires your participation and contributions. There are various ways in which you can strengthen the SIGSOFT program and improve its visibility.

Encourage your colleagues to participate

Please pass the word about SIGSOFT/FSE to your colleagues and friends, and ask them to pass it on to their colleagues. Mentioning the call for participation to your colleague would be particularly useful; even better would be if you can print the one-page call for papersPDF! SIGSOFT can also make these copies available to you; please contact the publicity chair for copies of the call.

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Student Participation in SIGSOFT 2004/FSE–12


Students can participate in SIGSOFT 2004 in several different ways. As a student, you can:

Financial Support for Attendance

As of now, a student volunteer program for SIGSOFT 2004 is not available. If you need financial support to attend the conference, the SIGSOFT Conference Attendance Program for Students (CAPS) can be useful to you. Students should apply early for CAPS support and more details about the program can be found from

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