CADDManager on July 14th, 2005

Autodesk User Group International (AUGI) is coming to southern Californai for AUGI CAD Camp. This single-day event offers a tremendous opportunity for training to hone your skills and learn new techniques. AUGI CAD Camp provides ample opportunity to network with peers, colleagues, and some of the nation’s top CAD experts.

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Here are just a few of the benefits of attending AUGI CAD Camp:

  • Intense, targeted training. You can choose from 15 different focused classes for a full day of education presented by our national and regional instructors!
  • Half-day CAD Management Track.
    A unique 1/2-day session composed of three intense classes designed to equip today’s CAD Manager. The classes are taught by experienced instructors who have excelled as CAD managers and leaders effective in implementing best-practice techniques.
  • As an AUGI CAD Camp attendee, you will receive a $100 discount on Autodesk University 2005 registration, courtesy of Autodesk, Inc.
  • Technology updates
  • Outstanding Faculty
  • Networking with your peers
  • Find solutions to problems through shared experiences
    Regional Top DAUG contest (see if you’re the best AutoCAD user at the event!)
    Great meals, fun giveaways, prizes and lots more
  • I will be teaching two CAD Management classes at the event…

    Migration Madness

    Are you responsible for migrating to the newest release of your software? Migrating software can be painful – like moving into a new house. The excitement is often overtaken by the efforts to make the move. At the end of the day, you are exhausted. We will cover all aspects of moving from one release to another. We’ll cover how to think through and plan the move as well as avoiding common errors addressing and dealing with old data. You will leave this session with a plan of action to assist you and your company when you commit to Moving Day.

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