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Chadwick
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I would like to say thanks to everyone on this forum who contributes their time and effort to help others with problems they may have with Archicad. In my time of working with Archicad it has proved to be priceless.

I am now switching jobs, and as a result, switching software. I wanted to take the time to thank everyone for their help.

Thanks again!
RA 2012 x64, Piranesi 6 Pro, Sketchup 8, Windows 7 Pro x64, Intel Core i7, 10GB RAM, ATI Radeon Mobile 5870
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Dwight
Newcomer
That is so vague, it is sinister, so let me humiliate you into clarifying by speculating groundlessly:

New job: secretary

New Software: Word.

Best wishes.
Dwight Atkinson

Chadwick
Newcomer
Ok, so its not a new job really - just a different employer.
Sofware = Revit

I'll sure miss your wit Dwight
RA 2012 x64, Piranesi 6 Pro, Sketchup 8, Windows 7 Pro x64, Intel Core i7, 10GB RAM, ATI Radeon Mobile 5870

TomWaltz
Newcomer
I'm guessing that would have been "Changing careers", not "changing jobs." (Admit it Dwight, you're just racing for 3000 posts!!)
Tom Waltz

TomWaltz
Newcomer
Chadwick wrote:
Ok, so its not a new job really - just a different employer.
Sofware = Revit
At least you get to stay in the 21st Century! I'd hate to see you forced back to the flat-earth world!
Tom Waltz

Chadwick
Newcomer
Yeah, I know - that was a requisite of mine when looking for another job. Some employers said they used ADT and I thought that wouldn't be so bad, but when I interviewed they obviously just use it like Autocad with blocks. *shudder*

Anyway, I also get to relocate to beautiful Ft. Collins, CO. I can't say I'm going to miss Wisconsin too much!
RA 2012 x64, Piranesi 6 Pro, Sketchup 8, Windows 7 Pro x64, Intel Core i7, 10GB RAM, ATI Radeon Mobile 5870

TomWaltz
Newcomer
Chadwick wrote:
Yeah, I know - that was a requisite of mine when looking for another job. Some employers said they used ADT and I thought that wouldn't be so bad, but when I interviewed they obviously just use it like Autocad with blocks. *shudder*

Anyway, I also get to relocate to beautiful Ft. Collins, CO. I can't say I'm going to miss Wisconsin too much!
I'd agree, that is an improvement!!

Well, good luck at the new firm. I'm sure your Archicad skills will help you pick up Revit faster.
Tom Waltz

Scott Davis
Newcomer
Chadwick wrote:
Yeah, I know - that was a requisite of mine when looking for another job. Some employers said they used ADT and I thought that wouldn't be so bad, but when I interviewed they obviously just use it like Autocad with blocks. *shudder*

Anyway, I also get to relocate to beautiful Ft. Collins, CO. I can't say I'm going to miss Wisconsin too much!
What firm in Ft. Collins? There are several in that area doing work in Revit.

Congrats on the new job!
Scott Davis
Autodesk, Inc.

On March 5, 2007 I joined Autodesk, Inc. as a Technical Specialist. Respectfully, I will no longer be actively participating in the Archicad-Talk fourms. Thank you for always allowing me to be a part of your community.

Chadwick
Newcomer
Scott wrote:
What firm in Ft. Collins? There are several in that area doing work in Revit.
Yeah, thats kind of why I was looking in the Ft Collins area. I'm working for a guy named Matt Rankin, he used to work for Vaught Frye but then started his own business. He's 100% Revit which is nice - no turning back!
RA 2012 x64, Piranesi 6 Pro, Sketchup 8, Windows 7 Pro x64, Intel Core i7, 10GB RAM, ATI Radeon Mobile 5870

Laura Yanoviak
Booster
Well, if you get to missing ArchiCAD, Denver's just down the road...
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Chadwick
Newcomer
Which firm? I know there were a couple in the Denver area that used Archicad. I think one of the big ones that I was looking at was Klipp.
RA 2012 x64, Piranesi 6 Pro, Sketchup 8, Windows 7 Pro x64, Intel Core i7, 10GB RAM, ATI Radeon Mobile 5870

Laura Yanoviak
Booster
Chadwick wrote:
Which firm? I know there were a couple in the Denver area that used Archicad. I think one of the big ones that I was looking at was Klipp.
That's us!
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Chadwick
Newcomer
Wow, small world. I love Denver as far as big cities go, but I think I'll be staying away from the big cities for awhile. I know this is an Archicad forum, but the opportunity to work with Revit is exciting - I'll finally be able to give a valid opinion on both after working in a real world in environment with them.
RA 2012 x64, Piranesi 6 Pro, Sketchup 8, Windows 7 Pro x64, Intel Core i7, 10GB RAM, ATI Radeon Mobile 5870

Laura Yanoviak
Booster
Chadwick wrote:
I know this is an Archicad forum, but the opportunity to work with Revit is exciting - I'll finally be able to give a valid opinion on both after working in a real world in environment with them.
True...let us know how it goes...
MacBook Pro 2.4 GHz Intel Core i9, 32 GB of RAM

AC25 US (3011) AC24 on Mac OS Catalina 10.15.7

Dwight
Newcomer
Chadwick wrote:
- I'll finally be able to give a valid opinion…
With reference to "The Commitments," when Mickah Wallace joins the group:

"You'll be a spy, but you'll be OUR spy."
Dwight Atkinson

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