AUGI HotNews December 2010
AUGI wraps up its 20th anniversary year with solid and growing publications, an expanding AUGI Wish List program, and a brand new website. The year was not without challenges, however, as AUGI CAD Camps struggle to find an audience. Mark Kiker leaves the AUGI Board of Directors after six years of service.
AUGI concludes its series on the history of the organization with a look at 2009. After parting ways with its professional management services firm, AUGI faced a series of challenges to keep going with no interruption in services. Ultimately, it met this challenge head on and succeeded.
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A three-time Autodesk University attendee offers up this perspective on the event, featured speakers, and why he keeps coming back for more, year after year.
At Autodesk University 2010, hundreds of Autodesk product users found unparalleled learning opportunities, great networking, and more than a little fun. In other words, it was AU as usual. AUGI hosted a chapter leadership conference and an all-member annual meeting, passed out the beer mugs, and crowned a new Top DAUG.
Attendees at Autodesk University 2010 had the chance to learn first hand how HP technologies can help them gain an edge in designing.