DAC 2009 Blog Coverage Roundup

Written by Sean Murphy. Posted in Blogging, EDA, Events, skmurphy

See DAC 2010 Blog Coverage Roundup for 2010 Roundup.

Sunday Events

Monday Events

Tuesday Events

Wednesday Events

Thursday Events

Recaps


Please leave a comment or contact me to let me know if I have overlooked or incorrectly categorized anything. I will update this list for posts in August that offer substantive coverage of events at Design Automation Conference 2009 (see also “DAC46 in the News” for pre-conference coverage).

Update Mon-Aug-3: As I mentioned in my comments to John McGeHee below:

If you write a blog post that reviews an event, a day, or DAC as a whole with some substantive commentary I will include a link to it. I assume that more reports will come in until the end of August, so go ahead and take the time to write up your impressions and insights.

Update Tue-Aug-4: Continuing to refine structure by adding subcategories to day by day and conference recap organization.

Update Sat-Aug-8: More updates, Mike Demler‘s daily recaps are detailed, he has also made them available upon request as a single PDF. Kevin Morris analyzes attendance and other data from the last half a dozen DAC’s in “Dueling DACs.

Update Sat-Aug-22: More updates, list now covers more than 110 posts by more than 50 authors. Please let me know if I have overlooked any, I will continue to update this list until the end of August.

Update Mon-Dec-29: Richard Goering included this post in his “Notable EDA Blog Posts For 2009” roundup. It’s a good list, and worth reading if you found the list below useful.

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Comments (7)

  • harry ... the ASIC guy

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    DAC Theme #1 – “The Rise of the EDA Bloggers”…

    (Photo courtesy J.L. Gray) 
    Last year, at the Design Automation Conference, there were only a couple dozen individuals who would have merited the title of EDA blogger. Of those, perhaps a dozen or so wrote regularly and had any appreciable audience….

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  • Paula Jones

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    Wow, what a wrap up! Thanks for finding all of these.

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  • John McGehee

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    Very nice work. I will send this out to the people at my client who did not make it to DAC.

    Next year announce that you will do this, give a deadline and I will see if I can write a post as well.

    John, I am still adding links to substantive commentary.

    If you write a blog post that reviews an event, a day, or DAC as a whole with some substantive commentary I will include a link to it. I assume that more reports will come in until the end of August, so go ahead and take the time to write up your impressions and insights.

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  • Taken for Granted » Some Suggestions for DAC

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    [...] DAC 2009 is truly well and over, but it is still a topic of interest. Sean Murphy has a page pointing to a host of blog posts about it – before, during and after – that is an excellent resource. There continues to be an active discussion of the announced attendance numbers, and what they mean (see, for example, Kevin Morris, Paul Mclellan and Lou Covey). I’ve come up with my own thoughts, in no particular order, that might lead to improvements in the conference: [...]

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  • SKMurphy » Matt Perez on How Nearsoft Leverages Yammer

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    [...] I facilitated the Conversation Central roundtables on “Global Teams” at the 2009 Design Automation Conference I decided that a significant shift was underway where not only were teams in larger firms more [...]

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  • SKMurphy » DAC 2010 Blog Coverage Roundup

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    [...] Please leave a comment or contact me to let me know if I have overlooked or incorrectly categorized anything. I will update this list for posts in June and July that offer substantive coverage of events at Design Automation Conference 2010 (see also “DAC47 in the News” for pre-conference coverage). You can also follow the #47DAC hashtag on twitter for breaking announcements during the conference. Last year’s roundup is available a DAC 2009 Blog Coverage Roundup. [...]

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