Persistent Programming In Real Life (PIRL) brings together software development leaders interested in learning about programming methodologies for persistent memories and sharing their experiences with others. This is a meeting for developer project leads on the front lines of persistent programming, not sales, marketing, or non-technical management. This two-day event will enable leaders to learn what their peers have done, and want to do, with persistent memory, what worked, what was hard, and what was surprising.
We are seeking sponsors for the event. This is a unique sponsorship opportunity with the ability to reach technical decision makers in one of the leading fields in software development, persistent memory.
PIRL will be hosted by the Non-Volatile Systems Laboratory at the University of California, San Diego. It will be held at Scripps Forum on July 22nd to 23rd, 2019, with optional events starting July 21st. PIRL is small. We are limiting attendance this year to under 100 people, including speakers. There will be lots of time for informal discussion and networking.
Sponsors have the capability to deliver the message to the attendees that persistent memory is ready to go to market in volume, and that broad industry enablement will benefit developers and users globally.
Sponsorship opportunities include, but are not limited to:
- Platinum: >$5000. Platinum sponsor logos will receive top placement on the workshop website, program, promotional materials, and sponsorship placards displayed at the workshop. Sponsorship of workshop special events is also available for an additional contribution beyond the $5000 level. The event sponsorship opportunities include:
- Pre-conference workshop sponsor ($1000)
- Welcome Reception ($1000)
- Banquet ($4000)
- Programming Contest Sponsor ($1000)
- Best of Workshop Award Sponsor ($1000)
- Gold: $3000. Gold sponsors logos will be prominently displayed on the workshop website, program, and conference placards, but below the platinum sponsors. Their sponsorship funds will support one of the secondary events (e.g., breakfast, lunch, coffee breaks).
PIRL attendees represent a growing community, and the leaders of the community will be influencing the growth of the medium and its adoption. If you are interested in reaching this audience, please contact Steven Swanson.
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