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Registration Now Open for the 2010 SDS/2 Users Group Conference and Interoperability NetworkAugust 2, 2010
The 2010 SDS/2 Users Group Conference will be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Lincoln, Nebraska, on October 21 and 22, 2010. It will once again be preceded by the annual Interoperabililty Network event, which will be held at the same location on October 20.
SDS/2 Users Group Conference
The SDS/2 Users Group Conference will focus on, among other topics: parametrics, custom members, custom properties, BIM joists, SDS/2 Version7.2, and other subjects intended to increase users' productivity and understanding of the SDS/2 software.
The conference will again be broken up into three tracks. Track 1 will demonstrate new enhancements in SDS/2 v7.2. Track 2 will cover advanced techniques using specific features in SDS/2. Track 3 will be a series of small workshops and question/answer sessions, allowing presenters to expand on other presentations and users to ask specific questions.
On Thursday, Design Data will host an evening of entertainment — including dinner and drinks — beginning at 5:15 p.m. and continuing until the event ends at 11 p.m. Design Data will also be announcing this year's winner of the Connector's Club Award that evening.
In 2009, over 150 software users met face to face with development partners and Design Data programmers at the Interoperability Network (IN) to resolve existing issues and enhance future development. Last year's partners included AGA, AISC, Autodesk, Controlled Automation, Descon, FabSuite, FabTrol, Ficep, P2 Programs, Peddinghaus, PythonX (Burlington Automation), Radley Corporation, RISA, Romac, Shop Data Systems, StruCIM, StruM.I.S., Tracer Software and Vernon Tool.
The 2010 IN is expected to feature even more industry partners, allowing for additional discussions on interoperability and new ideas between software developers. After the conclusion of IN, participants and partners are invited to take a tour of the Museum of American Speed, home to the world's largest collection of vintage to exotic racing engines and speed equipment.