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AU 2008 – Let the Voting Begin

Talk to anyone who has attended an Autodesk University in the past and you will most certainly hear praises sung over the top-notch training available during the conference. Having the privilege to attend AU 2007 this past November I too can say it really is a

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Building a CAD Committee

No sleep til’ Christmas!  Last week it was Autodesk University in Las Vegas, this week marks the start of our Layer Standard implementation.  Getting to this milestone is incredibly exciting, as this implementation is the culmination of about a year of planning.  You may be wandering

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AU 2007 – Day 1

I actually arrived in Vegas yesterday (Monday).  Thankfully most of the post Thanksgiving travelers had passed, but Monday was still a pretty busy day to travel.  Naturally the rain throughout the eastern US didn’t help matters.  All things considered I presume my 1:30 delay in New

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Design Review – Beyond the DWF

By this time next week I will be among many of you, enjoying the Autodesk University 2007 in fabulous Las Vegas, NV. Being both the 25th anniversary of Autodesk, and the 15th anniversary of Autodesk University, it’s sure to be a spectacular event.  To that end

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AU Unplugged – The Training Trinity

It?s hard to believe that Autodesk University 2007 is less than two months away! If you haven?t already registered ? what are you waiting for? I did receive an e-mail just the other day from TenLinks stating that you can still save $500 on the conference

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Finding the 3D in Map 3D: Surface Visualization

The September / October issue of AUGIWorld is now available for download.  The cover story for this issue is “A First Good Impression”.  Impression is a brand new program that Autodesk released this year which allows you to give your CAD drawings a hand sketched look. 

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The Truth About Deploying Civil 3D

So I must confess, this post was born as a response to an e-mail I recently received from one of my readers. As I began writing my response it became overly apparent to me that my response was one that could benefit more than just one

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About The CAD Geek

Donnie “The CAD Geek” Gladfelter is a highly visible and respected thought leader in the CAD community. While perhaps best known for his The CAD Geek blog, and book AutoCAD and AutoCAD LT: No Experience Required, Donnie has dedicated his career to empowering design professionals. An Autodesk Certified Instructor, he shares a passion for design technology with hundreds of fellow professionals each year as a top-rated speaker at numerous industry events such as Autodesk University. As the Technical Product and Online Manager at CADD Microsystems, Donnie is responsible for providing today’s most dynamic online learning experience to CADD Community members.

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