Does anyone have any information on when the SWW Agenda will be posted? I'm
particularly interested in whether there will be Sunday sessions to discuss
SW future directions. Also wondering if there will be a full set of sessions
on Wednesday afternoon. I would like to make my plane and hotel reservations
early, but would hate to make them soon and then end up missing something I
really want to see.
Thanks, Rob. I see this morning that a link to a partial agenda is up, but
it doesn't actually go anywhere. Since people have until Friday to submit
proposals for papers, I guess I'm getting a little previous.
I assume that we will see your name amongst the presenters?
The preliminary agenda is up now, although it only shows the sessions by
topic, not by date and time.
Yep! But only one presentation on PhotoWorks. Bummer.
An even bigger bummer for me is only one presentation by Ed Eaton, and that
one not necessarily focused on surfacing. And no presentation at all by Mark
Biasotti or Matt Lombard. I sure hope that changes!
So obviously you've seen the preliminary agenda now, but I wanted to
let you know you can expect the real agenda in a month or so. I don't
have answers to all of your specific questions about individual
speakers, but I know Mark Biasotti will be presenting.
Thanks for the comment. I just don't have anything new on the subject
beyond what I have already covered (all available on my wy company
website - www.dimontegroup.com, under the tutorials tab) When it
comes to 'Curvy Stuff' I don't want to do it unless I have something
new - I don't have problems with modeling curvy things anymore beyond
those already discussed and addressed.
That's why I have teamed up with Phil Sluder to work on problems
submitted to us by attendees. If you have a problem, send it to us
and we'll take a crack at it. AND you get the benefit of getting two
(potentially different) ways to solve the situation, or at least
Post files to https://www.filesdirect.com/triaxialdesign .
Got a problem you want to learn about, drive the agenda by posting
problems to us. I don't care if it all turns into surfacing, but this
time it could be what you need, not what I think someone needs (or
what I learned I needed to do what I wanted to do)
ps I think its interesting that the blog-squad is doing a similar
presentation. I think its great.
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