Let me offer my comment here. You may think that I am a bit biased (and you
would be correct) but I think that these SWUGN Summits are a great deal.
For a very small fee, you get a day's worth of classes, food, time to talk
with other users from your area, and the opportunity to meet some SW folks.
The one we had here in Kansas City was a fair bit of work to put together,
but I was told by many people that they really appreciated it. The fact
that we put together training, food (did I mention that?), door prizes, etc.
and they didn't even have to spend more than one day away from work, let
more people attend than will be able to attend SWW. Sure, it's a wee bit
smaller than SWW, but most of the same benefits.
So, if you are in that area, strongly consider going - these events are only
as good as the people that choose to attend. :-)
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I have to agree Wayne. My opinion may be biased also (having presented at
two of these events)But I don't know of anywhere else a person can be
exposed too this much "quality" SolidWorks information for such a small fee.
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