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Cadence Multimedia Site Captures Spirit of DAC 2013

Comments(0)Filed under: DAC, Twitter, Design Automation Conference, Cadence at DAC, DAC 2013, Brian Fuller, ScribbleLive, live blogging, multiimedia site, multimedia

Are you having to miss the Design Automation Conference (DAC 2013) this year, or unable to attend everything you'd like? One way to keep up with what you're missing is to tune into the Multimedia Channel at the Cadence DAC microsite. Starting Sunday June 2, you'll find live blogs, tweets, photos, and videos that bring you the excitement of DAC in real time.

A similar multimedia site was created for the CDNLive Silicon Valley conference, held in March 2013. This CDNLive site, located here, includes blogs, videos and photos. One thing that's new for DAC is live blogging provided through ScribbleLive. Live blogging provides a quick and interactive way to post short text items as well as photos and videos. We also encourage you to engage with us through our live blogging tool -- simply post your questions or comments directly to the feed, just as you would for social media channels such as LinkedIn and Facebook.

Of course, our Cadence Community blog posts will have a lot of DAC coverage extending throughout the month of June.  And we're welcoming a new blog to the fold by veteran technology editor Brian Fuller, who worked at EE Times for the better part of 20 years before joining Cadence as editor-in-chief in May 2013. Brian's blog is named The Fuller View and his first blog post is available here. The blog will focus on issues affecting the electronics industry and the design chain. 

Meanwhile, you can follow us on Twitter at @Cadence, and you can find DAC-related tweets by searching for #CDNSDAC13. The live blog feed will also pick up our tweets.

Again, the Multimedia Channel is located here. For a complete listing of Cadence activities at DAC, see our DAC microsite.

Richard Goering

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