We had a great time at the conference this year. I had made it a personal goal of mine to take/publish more pictures this year for posterity! If you’ve got any pictures you’d like added, email them to me!
This year’s CELUG Co-Located Conference at DAC will run all day Tuesday, June 20 and Wednesday, June 21 for all participants. Thursday, June 22 will run from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm for CELUG members only. Lunch will be served Tuesday and Wednesday but NOT on Thursday.
There’s still time to register here: http://dac.com/registration.
Here are the speakers we have for the event. A schedule with times will be posted at the conference.
|Andrea Casotto||Runtime Design Automation||License Monitor|
|Eistein Fosli||OpenIT||License Analyzer|
|Mitch Richling||Texas Instruments|
|Nicole Trindade||Qualcomm||Using Splunk to Analyze
and Optimize License Usage
|Bob van der Kloot||Teradyne|
|Rajendra Kundapur||Synopsys||Synopsys Roadmap|
|Sashi Subramanian||Cadence||Cadence Roadmap|
|Bela Kirchberger||Mentor Graphics||Mentor Roadmap|
|Julie Lesko and
|Eric Raffi||The Mathworks||Mathworks Roadmap|
|TBD||Flexera||Flexnet Publisher Roadmap|
|Daniel Galecki||Flexera||Flexnet Manager for
Engineering Applications Roadmap
|John Harms||Mentor Graphics / ESDA||ESDA License Management
and Antipiracy Committee
|TBD||Splunk||Using Splunk for “Big Data” Analytics in Licensing|
|Stephanie Chou||Keysight / ESDA Platform Committee||Keysight Roadmap
ESDA Platform Roadmap
|Dave Reynolds||BAE||License CM and DFARs|
For far too long, we have not had a real logo as an organization. I am excited to announce that we have worked with a graphic designer to create 4 logo exemplars. We asked for something simple, professional and that conveys stability. If you happen to like a particular design, but would like to see it in a different color, please use the comments section below to indicate the color you’d like.
Nothing conveys stability better than the image of a mountain. I’ve always thought that Iron Mountain had some of the best branding out there, combining two tangibly solid images together, conveying to you that your data is absolutely safe. This logo evokes that theme, to indicate that the services we provide are “rock solid”. Also, as a “Game of Thrones” fan, I was somewhat tickled to be able to use that name.
Most of us labor quietly and unobtrusively, typically shunning the limelight. Usually if we do find ourselves in the limelight, it’s not for positive reasons. In this entry, we emphasize the vital, yet quiet role we play in our organizations. And the organization is, literally, stated underneath the color emphasis in lower case letters. The epitome of understated.
A more playful entry, this one is an abstract. While we have reasonably defined roles and responsibilities, there are many times when we must adapt to changing conditions and stretch beyond our normal roles. The amorphous shape symbolizes our willingness to go “outside the box”, while the orange shape represents outside forces which act upon us.
Many tasks that we perform come in as unplanned, critical work. The artistic accent of this logo falls in the middle of the name, representing how we are the force which contains chaos. We symbolically embrace the urgent interruptions, and literally keep everything together.
Voting begins immediately and goes through July 31, 2016. Make your voice heard on our logo!