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Just a quick reminder that the ClubT series starts this week! Here are the specific dates and locations:
As always, these free events feature direct contact with Cadence R&D and Methodology experts to share developments in advanced verification, updates to the "Trailblazer" program, and hear your emerging challenges and concerns. We hope to see you there!
NOTE: While the agenda for each ClubT is often tailored to address the needs of each site, in general you can expect ClubT 2009 to touch on all of the following topics: Specman 9.2 Core technology updates, OVM Multi-Language and OVM e developments and roadmap, Verification IP infrastructure and roadmap, ESL, TLM, AMS and Low Power verification, Enterprise Manager, and unified coverage, and Trailblazer program updates.
FAQs:Q: What it cost to attend ClubT?A: Nothing. These free events run from 9am to 4:30pm, and include lunch and a concluding networking happy hour.
Q: I don't live near any of the locations listed above. Will there be a ClubT coming to a city near me?
A: Perhaps. First, if you live in or around Yokohama, Japan, be advised that on Wednesday October 21 Cadence is hosting an "Incisive Seminar", i.e. an event on advanced verification methodology and technology that's not as focused on e/Specman technology as a ClubT. (We will blog about this event separately). As for other cities, we are presently considering events in the USA, India, China, Taiwan, Israel, and Korea. Please contact us with your preferences.
Q: What does the "T" in "ClubT" mean?
A: The "T" stands for the "Trailblazer" program.
Q: What is this "Trailblazer" program about?
A: If you don't already know, you are going to have to come to ClubT to find out since it's still too sensitive for the World Wide Web ...
All Cadence events, including ClubT's, Incisive Seminars, and Verification Technology Workshops:
P.S. For completeness sake, there is actually a ClubT in Scandinavia tomorrow (Tuesday), but it's a "secret" ClubT since it's being held on site at a customer so they can talk freely about their proprietary challenges. Our point in sharing this is: please let Team Specman know (and/or let your friendly local AE or Salesperson know) if you would like an on site ClubT as well; or to get the latest data ASAP, host webinars with a ClubT agenda focused down to your company's top concerns. (Of course, the downside of this approach vs. going to a public ClubT is you don't get to network with other users outside your company to glean new insights, tips, and tricks from their experiences.)