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[Fwd: Software Forum Dinner Mtg., Wed. Mar. 19, Bob Metcalfe]

  • From: dan
  • Date: Sun Mar 16 22:42:53 1997

Just ran accross this on ba.seminars, thought it may be of interest to
some of you. ;)

dc

> 
>                   SOFTWARE FORUM  (Palo Alto CA)
>               Dinner Meeting, Wednesday March 19
> 
> Bob Metcalfe will review his early 1996 prediction of imminent
> Internet collapse, and will identify what current trends will become
> dominant in the future.
> 
> Bob has a Ph.D. from Harvard, led the development of Ethernet, founded
> 3Com Corporation, was an InfoWorld columnist for several years, and is
> now VP of technology for IDG, a leading IT research firm. He is an
> entertaining and provocative speaker. Come and ask your own questions!
> 
>   Where:   4249 El Camino Real, Palo Alto (call Software Forum office
>            for directions)
> 
>   Date:    Wednesday, March 19, 1997
>   Time:    6:30 p.m. - Cocktail hour, 7:00 p.m. - Dinner
> 
>   Price:   $25 members, $40 non-members
> 
>   Reserve: Software Forum voice mail (415/854-8298)
> 
>   Info:    Software Forum office (415/854-7219)
>            http://www.softwareforum.org
> 
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> 
>  Software Forum, started in 1983, is a Silicon Valley based non-profit
>  organization dedicated to software  professionals, with over 900
>  members. It informs and educates its members on all facets of the
>  software industry -- ranging from technical innovation to product
>  development, marketing, and sales. The group offers professionals a
>  sense of community and is a valuable forum for exchanging ideas.
> 
>  Software Forum also sponsors 13 special interest groups, which meet
>  once a month: UNIX, C++, Business Operations, Delphi, Games & AR
>  Developers, International, Internet, Java, Marketing, Multimedia,
>  Visual Basic, VMRL, and Windows.
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