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Oct. 15, 2009 SDF Rich Moore

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On October 15, 2009 in Palo Alto at SAP, SDForum’s Engineering Leadership SIG hosted Rich Moore CTO/VPE of iLoop Mobile. He presented “My Path to fame, wealth, accolades – Engineering Management in the year 2009” or “How can I achieve my Engineering Management career objective during these challenging times?  Is Engineering Leadership for me?” Moore talked about how he deals with the toughest economic climate of our time taking care of clients like Coke, Western Union, Paramount, Warner Brothers, Sony, Deutsche Bank, E Online and Comcast.

Also attending was a delegation from the Asian-Oceania Computing Industry Organization (ASOCIO). The organization is a bridge for IT companies in the region seeking to expand their network of contacts, do business together and develop their capabilities. Pictured below are SDForum EL SIG Chair of Kimberly Weifling, ASOCIO Secretary General Lim Lucas, Mohamed Siraj, ASOCIO President Ashank Desai, Wakensys Managing Director Mohamed Suhurdeen, UCP’s Reza Jannetpour and EL SIG Chair Sam Hahn.

Scrappy Chicken also attended. More about that later.

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Aug. 20, 2009 SDF Stump The VPE

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Aug.  20, 2009 in Palo Alto at SAP, SDForum’s Engineering Leadership SIG held its “Stump the VPE” with the co-authors of “Leading & Managing in Silicon Valley” Sam Hahn moderated panelists Marilson Campos, Leo Dagum, Mike Moody, Tom Hempel and Jacob Taylor. The audience peppered the VPEs with questions about how they resolved tough situations they encountered everyday. Milissa Ales-Barnicoat and Vikram Dhani of Akraya also helped sponsor the event. Kimberly Wiefling was there with a book by Michael Seese called “Scrappy Information Security”. Text from DJCline.com

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