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Anto has lined up some IP world greats as his keynotes speakers; be sure to attend their presentations.
Ed has the only “out of this world view” of the world wide web and how Google will change it. Do not miss his keynote presentation.
Tuesday June 8
Edward Lu serves as a Program Manager in Advanced Projects at Google and leads a team of engineers working to develop an energy information software tool that will enable consumers to make informed choices about their energy use as they browse the web, read email, or use a mobile phone.
Prior to his position with Google, Ed served as a NASA astronaut for twelve years. He manned two Space Shuttle missions, a Russian Soyuz mission, and spent a six-month tour on-board the International Space Station. Ed is an electrical engineer with a PhD in applied physics, with a specialty in theoretical astrophysics.
Wednesday June 9
comes to a reinvention keynote we go to a inventor to give us his take.
Do not miss Bob's Wednesday June 9 presentation
Bob Metcalfe General Partner Polaris Venture Partners
While an engineer-scientist (1965-1979), Bob helped pioneer the Internet. In 1973, at the Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, he invented Ethernet, the local-area networking (LAN) standard on which he shares four patents. Now, 35 years later, about 350 million new Ethernet ports are shipped annually.
While an entrepreneur-executive (1979-1990), Bob founded 3Com Corporation, the billion-dollar networking company where at various times he was Chairman, CEO, division general manager, and vice president of engineering, sales, and marketing.
Juval Löwy Founder,
What is going on in the Silicon Valley? The tectonic plates are shifting, and the high tech industry is aligning itself with the next economic boom. Scores of startups sprout virtually everywhere, and the smart investors shamelessly shift their focus from high tech to alternative energy and smart grid. Bay Area cities invest billions in new infrastructure, and the tycoons and symbols of the dot-com era and the Internet are jumping in. In fact, the Valley is experiencing nothing short of a new gold rush. In this short keynote, Juval Lowy will share his personal observations of the current trends in the industry and where the high tech sector is heading in California, followed by a longer session on the underlying economic and political forces driving the change, and the implications for every software professional.
Juval Lowy is a software
architect and the principal of IDesign (www.idesign.net), specializing in
.NET architecture consulting and advanced training. Juval is Microsoft's
Regional Director for the Silicon Valley, working with Microsoft on helping
the industry adopt .NET 4.0. His latest book is Programming WCF Services 2nd
Edition (O'Reilly 2008). Juval participates in the Microsoft internal design
reviews for future versions of .NET and related technologies. Juval
published numerous articles, regarding almost every aspect of .NET
development, and is a frequent presenter at development conferences.
Microsoft recognized Juval as a Software Legend as one of the world's top
.NET experts and industry leaders.
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