In just over a week (Wednesday April 9, 2008) SolidWorks users from all over the Southeast will gather in Nashville, TN for the 2008 SWUGN Nashville Technical Summit. Last year’s event set a record for attendees with over 115 people! If you live and work anywhere near this event, you don’t want to miss it! Cost for the event is only $40.00 which includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Click HERE to register. SWUGN Technical Summits give more users the opportunity to experience an event that has many similarities to one day at SolidWorks World. Attendees will be treated to opening and lunch sessions along with access to 5 breakout sessions featuring 10 topics to choose from.
The presenter line up this year includes Richard Doyle, Kevin Stuart, Dana Parrish (All from SolidWorks Corp.), Brad Williamson, Gary Hall, Richard Hall, Jeremiah Davis, and yours truly! I will be preparing a brand new presentation on working with Imported Geometry. You can see a complete line up of the sessions at the Nashville Summit page on the SWUGN site.
This year’s lunch session will include a 1-Minute Tips trivia contest. SWUGN Technical Summit attendees will be invited to submit their own 1-Minute Tips prior to the event. Submitting your tips is easy. Send a complete text description to Richard Doyle (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can include models if desired, or even a video if you have the capability. If any questions come up, someone will contact you for clarification. Then, at the SWUGN Summit in Nashville, Richard will demonstrate each 1-Minute Tip submitted for the attendees, and we’ll all vote for our favorites. The top submissions will walk away with some great prizes like 3D Connexion Space Explorers, SolidWorks branded iPods, or free admission to SolidWorks World 2009 in Orlando. You might even see your 1-Minute Tip on the SolidWorks website.
I can’t say enough how exciting these events are and how valuable they can be for everyone from the SolidWorks beginner to the SolidWorks expert. Don’t miss your opportunity to network with SolidWorks users from all over the Southeast, gain some valuable knowledge of SolidWorks, and win some GREAT prizes!
I hope to see you in Nashville.