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This talk will provide a high-level technical primer of client-side web technologies that serve as the foundation for HTML5, a compelling programming platform for providing rich OS-like features, high developer productivity and cross-platform reach.
Storage Visions focuses on digital storage and the creation, production, distribution, archiving and use of commercial as well as user-generated content. IEEE-CNSV is an Organizational Sponsor
of this annual conference, which immediately precedes the International CES in Las Vegas. CNSV members should register here
to receive an early registration savings of $100.
In this presentation, Mike Demler will review the latest trends in mobile processors, and attempt to sort out some of the confusion in this highly competitive market. Contenders include ARM, Apple and Intel with their System-on-Chip multicore architectures.
This seminar is presented by Silvia Oliverez, owner and agent of Be Well Insurance Solutions, and Pam Hedblad, CPA and Principal at Abbott, Stringham & Lynch. They will address questions related to what you need to know about the Covered California Exchange and the ACA Exchange. The presentation will be available as a seminar for in-person attendance, as well as a live webinar.
This talk will discuss the new Lift Labs invention, a consumer electronics device that can actively cancel tremors due to Essential Tremor or Parkinson's Disease by stabilizing the object being held. Also discussed will be the formation of Lift Labs, a great success story as it was formed using funding from the NIH Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Grant that was awarded shortly after the speaker received his Ph.D. A video demonstrating the Lift Labs product is here
Open Server Summit is the only event aimed specifically for the server community. Conference dates are Tue-Thu, October 22-24, 2013. IEEE-CNSV is an Organizational Sponsor
for this conference. Registration is open at Open Server Summit
This panel discussion, featuring semiconductor industry luminaries Ted Hoff and Dave House, will examine how Intel was able to succeed and dominate the semiconductor memory and microprocessor markets. The panelists will discuss Intel's history from 1968 to the mid-1980s, including Intel's response to many obstacles and competitive challenges. Many interesting inside stories will be included, several of which have never been publicly told. Full Event video is available here
Most people who live in the San Francisco Bay Region know about the magnitude (Mw) 7.8 1906 San Francisco earthquake ("The Big One"), but many other Bay Area faults are also hazardous. This talk will discuss the historical earthquakes and faults in the SF Bay Area and the probabilities of one or more magnitude 6.7 or larger earthquakes in the Bay Area in the next 30 years.
IEEE-CNSV will have a booth on the Exhibit Floor at this event, thus providing CNSV members with a great vehicle for publicizing their skills as well as the merits of our organization. CNSV members also receive special pricing for this conference, and two CNSV members will be awarded full conference admission as well. Many aspects of this event are FREE
, so register now on the conference website.
While managers often believe that it is not possible to innovate on a timeline, this is not true. This talk will draw material from the new book Innovate Products Faster
, which includes powerful tools and infographics to help teams and their managers come up with better ideas and find ways to deliver them faster to market. This is a dinner meeting, with attendance requiring pre-payment.