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    Hey all

    Well it is offical I am going to the above named class I was wondering if anyone out there had taken the class, and what they though and in hindsight what they wished they had asked.
    Since I gave up hope I feel much better !!!

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    It all depends on how long you have used the software.
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      Take a couple of parts or at least prints of what you will check at work. Ask questions about the types of features you measure. If you are getting training in Wixom, go to Bonfire Bistro & Brewery in Northville, Mi. I had never heard of them. The porter was fantastic.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by John Kingston View Post
        Take a couple of parts or at least prints of what you will check at work. Ask questions about the types of features you measure. If you are getting training in Wixom, go to Bonfire Bistro & Brewery in Northville, Mi. I had never heard of them. The porter was fantastic.
        heh, i grew up in northville, been to the bonfire many times. they have a watermelon BBQ sauce that they put on wings and ribs that is excellent and a cedar plank salmon thats to die for, actually cooked on a plank of cedar wood.

        EDIT: oops i almost hijacked without putting down something on topic.

        the class can be very good if you have a good teacher and you know something about the software, even if you are a complete noob you will still get something out of it. bring a part and a print with you. if you are new then expect to have alot of information thrown at you in a short period of time.
        Last edited by \v/inston; 12-01-2006, 10:39 AM.

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        • #5
          I took it in Charlotte and got a lot out of it. It really helped me with working with variables and various I/O commands. Make a list of questions to get answered. They touch on a lot of stuff that will make your life easier. Coming from a MM4 background it was refreshing to be able to relate stuff I knew how to do in that software to PCDMIS.
          I can also vouch for Bonfire Bistro & Brewery. Excellent, and the food's good too. Whenever I travel somewhere, I always look for the microbreweries. For some reason, besides usually good beer, they always seem to have great food. I think this proves discriminating beer drinkers are also good cooks.
          When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. Hunter S. Thompson

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            thanks going for training in Rhode Island. Does anyone know where to get some good beer in RI.
            Since I gave up hope I feel much better !!!

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            • #7
              My boss who is going with me to training informed me that when we are down there we are going to stop at a cigar shop we saw the last time we were down there and have a smoke. Nice to have a thoughful boss like that.
              Since I gave up hope I feel much better !!!

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