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The Voices of DAC: 48th DAC—It’s a wrap!

Posted by Hannah Conrad on June 29th, 2011

Guests: Daniel Nenni, Founder, The Semi Wiki Project and Kevin Morris, Editor, Electronic Engineering Journal

Host: Karen Bartleson, Sr. Director, Community Marketing, Synopsys

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For the last Conversation Central at the 48th DAC, we invited Daniel Nenni and Kevin Morris to the show. They talked about what was the biggest news they heard at DAC this year, gave their overall impression of the conference, and shared what they learned. In addition to this, they talked about the buzz surrounding technology and business trends at DAC which lead to a discussion surrounding online media. To close, they spoke about what surprised them and scared them the most, which brought up the concern regarding the fact that the number of students choosing to major in engineering is decreasing.


Links of interest:

DAC 2011

Daniel Nenni’s Blog

Edac Inc.

Electronic Engineering Journal

Daniel Nenni, Kevin Morris, and Karen Bartleson


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2 Responses to “The Voices of DAC: 48th DAC—It’s a wrap!”

  1. Gary Dare says:

    A nice point on following DAC via Twitter … this was my third year doing it, from Montreal (the first two, from Winnipeg). I’m not on Facebook so I missed your live video.

    Thanks for your coverage of this event, Karen!

  2. Hannah Watanabe says:

    Hi Gary,

    We are so glad that you were able to follow DAC on Twitter and catch some of the action all the way from Montreal! Karen and the entire team thanks you for watching and listening to Conversation Central.