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*DaveS
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Re: Mini_Forums for the Non AU less fortunate

09-18-2003 05:42 PM in reply to: Caddtech
> "Caddtech" wrote:
> Why doesn't AutoDesk do Mini-Forums
> throughout the U.S. or Move AU around
> each year for the smaller firms to get
> involved like Bentley does...

I went to the first MechanCAD in Chicago at the Drake Motel. It was
absolutely fantastic. If I remember right it was a 3 day event and cost me
about $800 of money well spent. The classes seemed to be quite full and
everyone else seemed to enjoy it too. It was nice also, because it was
specific to the mechanical (read non-arhcie/HVAC) industries.

I don't know why they stopped it, but I wish they'd do it again. :smileysurprised:)

Have fun,
Dave
*Myers, Jamie
Message 32 of 34 (49 Views)

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09-18-2003 09:01 PM in reply to: Caddtech
As my boss said "We sure the he** aren't going to pay over $1000 to send
your *** to Vegas!" For me, just the fact that it's in Vegas has ruled me
out.

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Jamie Myers
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Message 33 of 34 (49 Views)

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09-18-2003 09:01 PM in reply to: Caddtech
>>Nothing like sitting in a room where everyone starts clapping when the FROM osnap gets used on screen.... .<<

I'm glad they did, it kept me awake. It's embarassing to fall out yer chair in front of a crowd.
*Marchetto, Eugene
Message 34 of 34 (49 Views)

Re: Mini_Forums for the Non AU less fortunate

09-19-2003 01:36 AM in reply to: Caddtech
Just this past August was the North East Cad Show
held in Parsippany NJ (I think).  It was a two day event that included a
large trade show floor with many vendors, classes all day for both days and
evening auditorium guest speakers (Lynne Allen, Ed Goldstein, Ellie Moss,
Barbara Goulde and others (please exuse any incorrect spelling of the speakers),
all along with free lunches, dinners and live music on the trade
floor.

 

NJAUG (New Jersey Autodesk Users Group) was the
main force behind putting it all together, although we had user group
sponsorship and attendance from Baltimore to Boston and out to
Pittsburgh.

 

I'm sure (maybe) that the same will happen next
year, so keep your eyes and ears open for information. Feel free to contact
Tom Sutton who is the president of NJAUG for more information on what is
happening.

 

 

Woops, JUST NOTICED C.PRETTYMAN'S post but I'll
still post this.

 


 

Thanks!

 

Gene Marchetto

Dreamcad

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