15 Apr 2010

International training events

by Rob Bateman International training events

As part of Away3D's commitment to it's international members, a smattering of training events will be occuring over the coming weeks in various parts of the world - go to Rob's blog over at http://www.infiniteturtles.co.uk or read the snippet below for more details...

First stop will be Sao Paulo, Brazil on Tuesday 27th April for a single day - there is no training planned for this particular stop but there will be an evening event arranged for any Away3D community members who would like to meet up. The more the merrier! Next location will be Buenos Aries, Argentina where i will be arriving on Wednesday 28th April to give a full two day training course over the 28th and 29th. The course is being arranged by the ARFUG group, and full details of the event plus venue and prices can be found here. Huge thanx to Max and the ARFUG team for helping to arrange this, should be a lot of fun! After Argentina, i will be enduring a grueling 17hr flight to Sydney, Australia, arriving in time to give a special one-day condensed training course at the WebDU conference on Wednesday 5th May, details of which can be found here. I'll then be hanging around for the conference itself and presenting my new session: the many faces of Away3D on the Thursday afternoon. Its currently looking quite sunny here in London, so i'll be looking forward to some of that Sydney autumn fog... Finally, after many more hours of dvt inducing hardship I will be back in London, UK to give the headline event of the Away3D training calendar - a two day intensive course over the 20th and 21st May at the LFPUG. This will be limited to a maximum of 14 people, so please book early if you are planning on going! Full details can be found here, and thanx go to Tink for arranging the venue and free pub lunches.
Apologies if your town is not one of those listed above - please let us know if you would like to host a training event for your country in the future and we'll see what we can do! The Away3D Team


21 Apr 2010 03:39 PM

Vic said:

Ah... how about something a bit closer to San Francisco, California. London... is far.

27 Apr 2010 10:05 PM

Romano Ramirez said:

im very interested to learn more about your project and tecnology. I live in caracas, venezuela working as multimedia team leader. am very busy right now to travel to buenos aires, but i want to know if you have plans to come again soon to this lands. The posibility to organize a event here is viable.
Best regards,

01 May 2010 12:57 PM

Esteban Uscanga said:

ahhh I'd like that you come to México... :(

17 Dec 2010 01:08 AM

Ced said:

Any chance you would fly over to see us in Paris ?

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