Live, from Las Vegas!

Made it out to Autodesk University without incident.  I’m normally an aisle guy, but got booted up to a window seat in the front of the plane (thanks for the upgrade, Delta!).  The sky was clear most of the flight and the bright morning sun at a low angle yielded some spectacular views.  Reminded me of my 8th grade Earth Science class as I recognized meandering streams and oxbow lakes (Mr. Jorgenson would be proud).

Since we had a couple of hours to kill before registration opened, Jamie and I took a power walk up the strip.  It’s a little chilly here, but still warmer than MeenahSOHtah.

Took some time after AU registration to get familiar with the Mandalay Bay layout.  I’ll still probably get lost tomorrow…  Don’t think my phone’s GPS app is going to be of much help.

Looking forward to tomorrow’s Design Technology Manager Conference.


About Dave Pluke

Dave Pluke served as "the man behind the curtain" (Principal and VP of Technology) of a successful Structural Engineering firm for over 2 decades. Overseeing the transition from two, stand-alone 80286 Personal Computers, through Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and Design to a fully networked, Building Information Modeling (BIM) integrated environment has provided plenty of "life lessons" (sounds better than "battle scars", doesn't it?). This blog's purpose is to share those experiences and apply lessons learned to better assist meeting the challenges of the future.
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