Where is the SWW CD?

We were promised a CD of SWW with "everything on it". Has anybody seen
this yet?
Reply to
P.
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ahhhh well uuummm yes and no.
Reply to
Big Al
Do you walk around with one eye open and one shut? Explain. :)
Reply to
P.
Now THAT was a funny comment, made me choke on my coffee, lol
Reply to
pete
its about 2 weeks away. Hang on, its coming.
Regards
SolidWorks
Reply to
mbiasotti
Thanks Mark, hope my failing memory will fill in the blanks. I am especially waiting for Jankowski's Boot Camp stuff as I want to get ready for SW2005 rollout.
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P.
Pete,
Actually I finally figured it out. He meant yes we were promised and no he hasn't seen it. Please don't choke on your coffee. Newsgroup Heimlich manuevers are not pretty.
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P.
Any chance of putting the CD up for sale to those of us that weren't fortunate enough to attend the event?
Thanks, Christine
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Christine
I think you will find you had to be there. A lot of what is on the CD will be powerpoint and SW models. You won't have a clue what is being said unless you were there. Hence my apprehension.
Reply to
P.
Can it not be free ??? Please? :-)))))))
Reply to
pete
Now Pete. We shelled out anywhere from $500 to approximately $700 to get in to SWW. The presenters spent a lot of their time, not necessarily SW time to prepare for the sessions. They should be compensated and they were. If you had to get a fraction of the training you get at SWW from a VAR it would cost over $1,000. Some of the presenters have posted their material free, but that is up to them. A lot of the API stuff makes it to the SW subscription web site. But, I think they should be compensated, as well as SW for what they did for users.
pete wrote:
weren't
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P.
Just for the record, the compensation (excepting a gift basket with pretzels, mustard, some chocolate, and a copy of cosmic blobs) is limited to a waiver on the attendance fee (which is admittedly pretty cool because SWx world is quite a resource). There is no actual income, and we are still on the hook for the big money items: travel and lodging. I suppose that the 'compensation' is a more of a logistical benefit, because if presenters do not have admission it would be extremely difficult to sneak into the room to set up and present.
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Edward T Eaton
Hey, where's MY gift basket?
Edward T Eat> > They should be compensated and they were.
because SWx
presenters do
Reply to
mbiasotti
You didn't get one? March down to the first floor and demand retribution from Alyson! Personally, I think you should have gotten three baskets for your three presentations - you could get enough spicy mustard to share.
Reply to
Edward T Eaton
You're an employee now, they don't have to treat you nice.
Jerry Steiger Tripod Data Systems "take the garbage out, dear"
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Jerry Steiger
Ok, I agree, that it should not be free then, lol But can you tell me, what is going to be on the cd? I have never seen one before. :-)
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pete
once they've been released., i was told that all you have to do is request them from your var.
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kb

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