One week to go for AU2015 Class Proposals!

Class proposal submissions are due by May 26th, 2015.  That gives you just one week to get those submissions done!  Next Monday, May 25th is Memorial Day here in the US, so I’m not personally counting that day.  With any luck I’ll be spending that day out on the lake on my pontoon boat enjoying some sunshine.


I’ve got three submissions turned in already, with a potential 4th pending.  Anyone who reads this blog and attends these classes (assuming they get approved) will see a lot of the same material being presented.  What can I say, I speak about that which I pretend to know.

If you have some knowledge on a particular Autodesk related topic, that you think you’d like to share with a roomful of people, go ahead and submit a proposal.  This website will give you everything you need to get started.  It costs nothing but your time, and if your class idea get selected you will get a free pass to the conference this December 1-3, at the beautiful Venetian in Las Vegas.   Travel and hotel are separate, sorry.

So, don’t be shy, you still have a week!  Advance passes are on sale for the conference now if you’re thinking of attending and meeting close to 10,000 new best friends.  I hope to see all of you there!


CAD Department Supervisor at Powell Fabrication & Manufacturing, Inc. CAD Designer & Detailer specializing in Inventor Tube & Pipe, Frame Generator, Content Center, Vault Professional. Autodesk Expert Elite member. Blogger. AU 2014 Speaker. Husband and father.

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