Autodesk University – DTMC MMX

Just attended an Orientation Webinar for Autodesk’s first-ever Design Technology Manager Conference (aka DTMC), to be held the Monday before Autodesk University 2010 officially kicks off.  The more I learn about this event, the more enthusiastic I get.

It’s going to be very interactive and dynamic.  I hope it grows into a year ’round resource for Technology types in A/E/C firms.  As one of the speakers today mentioned, so many of us are “the only one at our company” doing what we do.  Finding a mentor or getting a second opinion on a concept can be a real challenge.  The opportunity to network with and bounce ideas off several hundred peers will provide a huge benefit…and comfort…to participants.

I’m honored to be one of the speakers at this conference.  If you weren’t able to sign up before enrollment filled, mark your calendars for next year’s early bird registration!


P.S.  In preparation for the interactive participation process for DTMC, I signed up for a twitter account (davepluke).  As Dorothy said; “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas any more.”

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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