Yesterday was pretty much a refresher for those people in the class that attended Autodesk Civil 3D Implementation Certifed Expert training. It was basically the entire class crammed down into one day. The last part of the class was dealing with network licensing and network administration – I saw quite a few blank stares in the class, which leads me to believe that there are people out there struggling with the networking issues facing us.
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Today is training on the newly-included program for data management called Autodesk Vault. It’s a process to be learned, but I think it is really going to address some of the multi-user issues that Civil 3D users have been wanting for some time. And to make it fun, it’s being taught by Anthony Governanti of Autodesk – I finally get to put a face with the voice that I’ve heard so much. I’ll try to post a comprehensive report tonight. I see Angel Espinoza 3 rows ahead of me steadily taking notes – check in on his site for his take on what’s going on this week.