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- From: poly(--nospam--at)flash.net (Bill Polhemus)
- Date: Sun, 09 Nov 1997 21:51:24 -0600
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In article <346233AE.148A3C18(--nospam--at)mt.net>, "Nigel Mends, PE" <nmends(--nospam--at)mt.net> wrote: >...Autocad has primarily held the architecture market, with Microstation, >Intergraph's descendent, ruling much of the non-architectural engineering world. I just got back from a recruiting trip to the University of Texas at Austin. I interviewed quite a few Architectural Engineering about-to-be-graduates, and was surprised to learn that, in UT's ArE program (which is, for ALL intents and purposes, a Structural Engineering program with a few fluffy courses thrown in for good measure) the students are required to take a CAD course in Microstation! Great for US, because that is the platform we use (being a general Civil consultant).
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