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03/07/2011

VDC Launches 2011 Embedded Engineering Survey

Develop Software or Systems? Earn Guaranteed $10 or have $10 donated to FIRST; Chance to Win an iPad 2!

VDC, an independent technology research firm, is conducting research for its annual evaluation of the embedded systems market. The research covers technologies and practices related to embedded engineering, and will help to inform VDC's ongoing study of engineering project teams and systems.

In appreciation of your participation -

The first 400 respondents who complete the survey will receive:

-       Choice of a $10 gift certificate or elect to make a $10 donation to FIRST (a charitable organization helping to promote the sciences to the next generation of engineers and developers).

All respondents (including the first 400) who complete the survey will receive:

-       Entry into the grand prize drawing for an Apple iPad 2;

-       Immediate access to a summary of VDC's 2010 Embedded Engineering survey results at the end of the survey; and

-       A summary of the 2011 Embedded Engineering survey findings once the survey is complete later this year.

To begin the survey, go to: http://bit.ly/hb5Lfn

Thank you very much for your assistance.

Best Regards,

The VDC Embedded Software and Tools Research Team

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