Whoever said that engineers aren't social must have said it before social networking came to be. Want proof? Just go to Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and MyESC to get the latest happenings, up-to-the-minute conference information in real time, and naturally, a vast network of your peers to tap into.
Not only can you find information on upcoming educational sessions, teardowns, and more, but also view cool videos on scheduled panels, recent interviews, and from keynoters themselves. If you're a Facebook member (or want to be), find conference information at Facebook.
Who's not on LinkedIn these days? In the case of the ESC, however, here's an opportunity to receive a digest of all ESC activity daily or weekly, and display the ESC group logo on your existing LinkedIn profile. Want to join? Just go to LinkedIn ESC and take a peek at who's already there.
Answering the age-old question, "What are you doing?" is easy at Twitter. See the individuals and companies following ESC events already, and find the ESC Silicon Valley Catalog when you sign up at Twitter.
Finally, MyESC is back. As long as you're a registrant for ESC Silicon Valley, Boston, or India, come on and log in. At MyESC you can create or update your profile, search for and contact friends and associates, build and share your ESC schedule, attend forums, or just browse members and happenings. It's quick and easy to register at MyESC.
No matter how you're connected socially, it's easy to stay abreast of breaking ESC Silicon Valley news. Conference updates are always available at ESC Silicon Valley 2009.