AUGI HotNews March 2009
If you've ever wanted to weigh in on how the AUGI Board of Director elections are conducted, here is your chance. Take this brief survey and let your voice be heard.
The need for a Revit marketplace featuring user-generated content seems clear now, but how best to create and organize it? TurboSquid.com gives you some things to think about and the opportunity to give your opinion. Read on...
As we roll into spring, AUGI President Mark Kiker provides an update on your favorite AUGI programs and services.
Guest columnist Melanie Perry drills into the latest release of AutoCAD, which includes many improved features. Learn more about the new version before you install.
The human resources side of CAD management can be daunting, often containing problems with no quick answers. In the second part of a series, Mark Kiker looks at some common "people" issues and offers advice on how to address them.
HP's Performance Tuning Framework (PTF) delivers the power to maintain and service your HP workstation and to fine-tune it specifically for your mission-critical Autodesk applications as well as the way you work. Find out more here.
Is your copy of AutoCAD Civil 3D sitting around unopened? Melanie Santer encourages you to dive in, and offers an information-packed tutorial to get you going.
Dennis Jeffrey offers some sage advice about how to cope with the current economic downturn and, more importantly, what to do when the recession ends.