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Interview: CDNLive! People’s Choice Winner Jason Gentry

Comments(1)Filed under: robust data access, CDNLive!, dbGet, "SoC-Encounter"

At the recently completed CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2008 user conference, I had a chance to catch a fantastic presentation on the subject of database access within SoC-Encounter by Jason Gentry from Avago Technologies.  If you'll recall, my very first blog entry in this space was on this exact topic, so I was very interested in attending his session.

Here is an interview I did with Jason at the conference summarizing his paper:

Evidently, I wasn't the only one impressed with Jason's presentation.  He won the "People's Choice Award" for best presentation in the Digital Implementation Track!  To see the complete list of winners click here.

If you attended the conference, the proceedings have just recently been posted and are available here.  You may log in using your existing CDNLive! registration account information.  If you did not attend the conference, they will be available to members of the Cadence.com Community after 90 days.

Question of the Day: If you attended CDNLive! Silicon Valley 2008, what was your favorite part?



By NAADHAN on April 13, 2009
First of all Congrats JG :-).... love to know much about the presentation..in detail..
Thank for this informative summary BobD :-)

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