AutoCAD 2010 and new Exchange Site Launched

image Great news! You know all those cool new features like parametric constraints, the contextual ribbon, dynamic block enhancements, etc that myself and every other blogger in the blogosphere have been raving about for months now?  Until today those posts were pretty much “come and see the cool features you could be saving time with (if only AutoCAD 2010 had shipped)”.  Wait no more, subscription customers your copy of AutoCAD 2010 is in the mail!

As you might expect the blogosphere is rather lively today. Google Reader was full of posts from blogging favorites like Heidi Hewett, and Shaan Hurley (Between the Lines).  Speaking of Shaan, he has to qualify for some award for most posts in a 24 hour period. Google Reader had 4 posts queued up from him alone this AM.

Among Shaan’s posts was one talking about an all new AutoCAD community site named the AutoCAD Exchange. The site already has a lot of content, and will naturally grow with time.  In fact one of the things we (bloggers) did in San Francisco was record a number of videos for the new AutoCAD Exchange.  If you’re so inclined, go visit and play a game of “Where’s The CAD Geek” to find the videos of yours truly on the new AutoCAD Exchange :-)

The AutoCAD Exchange has lot’s of information about AutoCAD 2010.  If you’ve followed The CAD Geek over the last month or so you’ve seen my many posts about AutoCAD 2010.  Likewise, the fellow bloggers I got to join in San Francisco for the AutoCAD 2010 product launch have also made numerous posts about all the coolness that’s on it’s way to your mailbox!

Donnie Gladfelter
Donnie Gladfelter

Donnie is author of the book and Autodesk Official Press, AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT: No Experience Required, a columnist for AUGIWorld Magazine, Autodesk University speaker, and former member of the AUGI Board of Directors.

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