More photos from AUGI CAD Camp in the Daily Grind Photo Gallery.
I got back from the Lansing Michigan AUGI CAD Camp Friday. I had a great time and the event was a success. I have to say Lansing Michigan has some of the nicest people I have ever met. There were many that attended classes as well as my keynote on the future of AutoCAD. Many that attended my keynote were excited by what they saw demonstrated in a glimpse of the future of AutoCAD. They also learned how they too could help shape the future of AutoCAD.
I initially arrived at the wrong campus as the CAD Camp was held at a just opened new campus on the West side of Lansing. The trip back across town was not lost in vain as I got a tour of the town and seen many of the automotive assembly plants like GM and Chevrolet and the assembly plant for the new SRS truck. I also had the three power plant stacks pointed out and they have the local names of "blinkle, twinkle, and winkle". It was fairly cold in Lansing compared to Northern California.
This was my third AUGI CAD Camp I have presented at and I hope to attend many more in the future. The only downside of my trip was my USB in my laptop has died and I currently have to use the laptops trackpoint instead of a mouse.
After I returned from my long flight I got up early the next morning and helped a Boy Scout troop rebuild a trail in the Golden Gate National Park and now my muscles are very sore and it even hurts to type.