The (Unofficial) How To Get Around OOPSLA Guide

OOPSLA is not in a traditional kind of place this year. It's in a sprawling, slightly older resort. Lots of pathways, gates, rose bushes, palm trees, ferns—stuff like that. It will take you about half a day to get used to getting around. There are a couple of restaurants on the site, our conference center, meetings rooms, and hotel rooms. Nearby is a mall with a Food Court (where one of the OOPSLA events will be held), and near the mall (and very close to the OOPSLA site) is a trolley station. Also, you might have noticed that the official OOPSLA 2005 site is not well-stocked with readable schedules. Here I've tried to fix some of that.