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- From: "Steve Gordin" <sgordin(--nospam--at)sgeconsulting.com>
- Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2008 14:55:33 -0800
I work with Enercalc since 1991, and, in my experience, Michael Brooks always delivered a good quality reliable engineering product and support.
AFAIK, nobody has the new version of the Enercalc. Ofcourse, at this point, I have enough of my own and commercial software to satisfy most of my needs without Enercalc.
The sadness of the situation is that apparently something is not working out for Mike and Enercalc, and the information available is inconsistent and insufficient - to say the least.
V. Steve Gordin, Ph.D.,
Registered Structural & Civil Engineer
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