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I will be attending the ArcGIS 9.2 seminar in New Brunswick, NJ at the Hyatt on Oct. 17th. Anyone else going to one of these near them? I can post the email I received if not. The schedule must be somewhere on ESRI's website too.

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Is that exit 7 or 9? (sorry - couldn't resist the Jersey joke - orig. from NJ)

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Is that exit 7 or 9? (sorry - couldn't resist the Jersey joke - orig. from NJ)


Oh it's exit 9 alright :) What do you do to get to Davis, take "the 5 to the 80"? :D

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I will be attending the ArcGIS 9.2 seminar in New Brunswick, NJ at the Hyatt on Oct. 17th. Anyone else going to one of these near them? I can post the email I received if not. The schedule must be somewhere on ESRI's website too.


I attended the one in Austin on October 5th. It was pretty good. Lots of stuff coming out in ArcGIS 9.2 from a usability standpoint. I am also very in the 'Cartographic Representations' that will be available in 9.2. Looking forward to not having to save various versions of my datasets for different projects.

If you can't attend one of the seminars a large portion of the content is available here:

http://www.esri.com/...ats-coming.html

Rich

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There's more info on the seminars at 9.2 seminar including a pdf with dates and places. :)
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I attended the seminar in Denver last week. Overal it was comparable to the seminars at the ESRI conference, maybe even better. The demo on Cartographic Representations in 9.2 is worth seeing alone. Although, I'm curious if whether or not these new cartographic options is enough to convert one or two Illustrator users over to the Arcside.



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Did you just say "dark side"? :blink:

All kidding aside, I am looking forward to seeing the new Arc options @ Nacis, next week. I don't think it'll win me over, but it'll be good to know anyway.
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Erin...you must accept it.....Jack Dangermond IS your father!




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