If you’re one of the millions of people who’ve been lucky enough to hear Lynn Allen present, you’ll know her as the queen of AutoCAD tips and tricks and all-round Autodesk technical evangelist, but she also knows quite a bit about the latest disruptive technology – BIM.
Everyone's favorite AutoCAD expert and evangelist, Lynn Allen is coming to Washington, D.C. later this month for a very special government breakfast seminar.
If you're in town or the surrounding Metro DC area, reserve your seat now for July 28th from 8.00 - 11.30 AM at the Washington Marriott at Metro Center.
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The dog days of summer have arrived and what perfect time than to grab 5, 30 or even 60 minutes to brush up on your CAD skills.
Whatever your design engineering specialty, staying ahead of the curve is essential, but with tight government budgets training isn’t always that easy to come by.
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The queen of AutoCAD tips and tricks, Lynn Allen, has been on the road for three weeks straight sharing a whirlwind of invaluable techniques for getting more from Autodesk’s flagship product.
Luckily for us, Lynn’s last stop on her tour was the Metro DC area where she presented “AutoCAD Tips and Tricks” for govies! Yay!
What are the most common complaints of a CAD draftsman? What prompts a DOT to switch to Autodesk?
These and other stories are featured in this week’s CAD News & Tips for Govies - a weekly feature on Acronym that scans thousands of industry articles to present you with a regular source of CAD and GIS news, tips, events, and ideas that impact the public sector:
Common Workplace Complaints of a Draftsman (and solutions to fix them)