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Re: [dsdp-pmc] EclipseWorld 2007 and the eRCP talk


The question to ask people is not, "Are you involved in embedded programming?"  That is a fairly specialized field. Of course, only a small percentage of people will respond "yes". At an enterprise oriented conference, the better question is, "Are you interested in making your enterprise applications run on mobile phones?" Now you've got a potential audience of everyone with a mobile phone and a job.
 


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Mark:  hereâs what I found out.  I guess EclipseWorld isnât interested in embedded or mobile software.
 
Doug
 
From: Donna Esposito [mailto:DEsposito@xxxxxxxxxxx]
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Hi,
 
Since only 12% of the audience is involved in embedded programming, and our conference is focused on the enterprise, the conference chairs elected to go with more enterprise-oriented subject matter.
 
Sorry that I falsely encouraged you. I did hear that Eclipse was a pretty hot subject at the Embedded Systems Conference this year.
 
Donna
 



From: Gaff, Doug [mailto:doug.gaff@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
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Donna Esposito
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RE: EclipseWorld 2007

 
Hi Donna,
 
We had a DSDP PMC call today.  I understand that the eRCP talk given last year at EclipseWorld was rejected for this yearâs program.
 
Any chance you could tell me why?  I was really pushing the PMC to have at least one talk at EclipseWorld.
 
Thanks,
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