In my position at CADD Microsystems I get to work with a large number of public sector (government) customers who use Autodesk software. It’s always a treat to chat with people from the public sector, as the types of design challenges they’re often forced to solve are so far out-of-the-box that you can’t help but be amazed by the solutions they develop. It was for those reasons I was so excited to accept the invitation to host the inaugural [acronym] Magazine CAD Awards in Washington D.C. on Monday, November 14, 2011.
The folks at [acronym] Magazine have put together a truly incredible program. I’m personally very excited to see how so many have creatively applied digital design/CAD software to improve the performance of their agency and enhance the delivery of citizen-centric services. In addition to the awards, [acronym] has also invited Vernice “Flygirl” Armour to deliver the keynote address. Vernice was our nations first African-American female combat pilot during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Interested in attending? Well there’s still time to register. All you need to do is click here to register, and I’ll look forward to seeing you Monday morning!