The Center for Software Development (CSD), 3Com/Palm Computing and
Microsoft invite you to…
The PDA Developer Connection
Wednesday, August 5, 1998
CSD in downtown San Jose
Registration 1:30pm; Program 2pm – 9pm
The CSD’s PDA Developer Connection is the first developer networking event
specifically designed for people developing, or planning to develop,
applications and products for the PDA marketplace. It will feature
presentations, demos and networking opportunities with many of the key
players in the emerging PDA marketplace, including OEMs, solution
providers, and small ISVs.
Major sponsors and participants are Palm Computing/3Com and Microsoft
Corporation. Partnering sponsors to date include Novatel Wireless, Philips,
Puma Technology and River Run Software Group.
Demonstrations will run throughout the afternoon and evening (2pm to 9pm).
Presentations by the partnering sponsors will occur from 2pm to 6pm.
Then, at 6:30pm, the evening session kicks-off with a presentation by Andy
Seybold, followed by Palm Computing and Microsoft. Appetizers and light
dinner, wine and beer will be served.
Save by registering now. Go to (http://www.center.org/pda98.htm) for
complete information, and online registration. The cost is only $15 for CSD
and Software Forum members, and $30 for non-members. $50 for everyone after
CSD is pleased to announce that online registration is available for this
event courtesy of TixToGo. Companies interested in finding out about how to
use TixToGo services for their events should contact Ralph Marx at (415)
The Center for Software Development (CSD) in San Jose provides the key
resources software developers need to start and grow a successful
technology company. Established in 1993, CSD offers: one-on-one meetings
with venture capitalists; entrepreneurial business seminars and special
events; a comprehensive self-service, multi-vendor testing and porting lab;
a resource library, meeting facilities, monthly newsletter and much more!,
As a member of CSD, you could get free or discounted access to all CSD
resources — labs, seminars, facilities and Venture Capital one-on-ones
meetings. If you develop for the Mac platform, you may be eligible for the
Apple Pass program, where Apple picks up the cost for developers to use any
of the business and technical resources of the Center.
The Center for Software Development – www.center.org
111 West St. John, Suite 200, San Jose, CA 95113
408-494-TEST (408-494-8378); fax: 408-494-8383; email: email@example.com