Earlier this month, we ask you how many of you want to participate if we relaunch the “Work Better with AutoCAD” program. We received good responses, so I think we can start this program. We did this before, but this time will not be exactly the same, of course. We hope this time will be better!
We will try to give more interesting challenges and provide resources to help you become more productive. We hope your active participation will help to extend the challenges.
About Work Better with AutoCAD program
AutoCAD users learned from many resources. We may learned it at school, had a training, read a book or self-taught. We learned how to use the program then many of us work with AutoCAD as drafting board replacement. After some time, we learn how to be more productive with it. We take the advantage of the features. However, many of us don’t have time to explore the productivity features.
Together, in this program we will explore how you can gain more productivity. We will give you weekly challenges. Anyone who are interested to participate are welcome to leave feedback, questions, share their experience and discuss about the topic.
After the program ends, we expect you have an optimal workflow, build your libraries and familiar with the productivity features. In short, you can work better with AutoCAD!
You can consider this as AutoCAD workshop, but we do it online and everybody can participate.
You can be a mentor too
I know many of you are experienced AutoCAD users. Many of you already use AutoCAD before I do. If you are interested to share your expertise and give challenges in this program, please contact me at [email protected]. Mention what topic and challenge that you want to give in this program.
Writing for CADnotes is a good way to expose your profile to thousands of AutoCAD users. You will have your profile below your articles and in our authors page.
You don’t have to register. You can join the discussions anytime. And if you are active before the program ends, you are eligible to win the prizes.
Make sure you are leaving your comments on the challenges web page on CADnotes. Do not reply the email newsletter, tweet or comment on Facebook.
To make this program is more interesting, we will provide prizes. However, only active participant can win it. So try to complete all the challenges.
We will announce the prizes next week, before the we give the first challenge. The prizes are learning materials and tools to help you become more productive.
About our comment system
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If you don’t want to miss our challenges
We will give the challenges once a week, at the middle of the week. You can visit this website to find new challenges.
But if you don’t want to miss the challenges, you can subscribe to our email newsletter here. We will also announce it on our Facebook page, twitter and Google+. You can connect with us there.
I hope this time we will learn more things and become better in using AutoCAD! I’ll see you next week!
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Maybe it’s too late to join this challenges, but I ‘m very lucky to be here.
It’s not too late if you want to complete the challenges. You can still win the prizes too. The last valid entry for winning the prize is at the end of October 2014.
Looking forward to start work better with AutoCAD :)
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No Spammer here…
I’m ready. I’ll give any contest a try….
I am not a spammer… this is my first comment. Looking forward to the AutoCAD challenges. Thanks!