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PaperVision3D Training in Vegas ROCKED!

As I had mentioned earlier, I attended the PaperVision3D training in Vegas a few weekends back and it was well worth giving up a whole weekend and making the trip to Vegas.

John Grden did an great job with the class and was really fluid in covering whatever we as a class asked him to. It turned out that we covered a lot more than I thought we would. 16 hours of training over two days is really intense, but if you have a chance to attend the upcoming Vancouver or Toronto classes, I highly suggest you do. I'll bet you can even find a 10% discount code on the PaperVision3D blog post announcing the two additional class dates.

Lastly, just like at conferences, the best times had were outside the classroom. With that in mind, I'll leave you with a group photo of Martin Lassen, myself, Jim Isaacs, John Olson, and John Grden drinking Octoberfest style (by the liter) at this awesome German-themed restaurant near the resort where the training was held.

papervision3d training vegas group photo

Next time you see John Grden, ask him about the bonus that comes with a shot of Jagermeister for a good laugh.

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April 17, 2008 @ 4:09 am

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John said,

April 18, 2008 @ 2:16 pm

We had a spanking good time, didn’t we?

Brooks Andrus » Blog Archive » Papervision3D Training Canada Style said,

April 28, 2008 @ 5:49 am

[…] in the class check out this post on the Papervision3D blog. If you’re still not convinced, here’s what one student had to say about John’s last class in Las […]

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October 17, 2008 @ 7:58 pm

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