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We asked two Qualcomm software engineers to help us spread the word about an interesting event coming up today.  Here’s what they came back with.


The Ruby guy wrote:


e = Event.new("The Code Conference", Location.nearby("Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif"), Date.new(2014,5,28))

puts e.speaking?(["Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf", "Re/code author Kara Swisher"],

: topics => [“big interview”, “tough questions”, “technology trends”])

#=> true


The Java guy wrote:


public class OnQBlog {
    public static void main(String[] args) {
        System.out.println("Steve Mollenkopf speaks" +"\n"+
                               “on the future of mobile” + “\n” +
                               “Qualcomm going forward” + “\n” +
                               "and much more." + "\n" +
                               "See him live Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. " + "\n" +
                               "at the Code Conference." + "\n" +
                               "Or join us here on the OnQ blog for full coverage of the event.");

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