3/12/2008

The end of an era...

While I don't quite believe that all good things come to an end, I guess some do. I have greatly enjoyed my 4+ years at my current employer, but in the immortal words of The Godfather, I received an offer I couldn't refuse. :-) Beginning April 1st, I will be joining Autodesk as the AutoCAD LT Technical Marketing Manager. I'm really excited to have the chance to work with this excellent (if occasionally under-appreciated!) product, and am very much looking forward to this next phase of my career. The blog will be on hiatus for a couple weeks during the transition, but it will be back after the 1st and hopefully better than ever. Stay tuned!

12 comments:

TommieR said...

Congratulations! I hope you enjoy working for Autodesk. I'm sure that Autodesk will benefit by you being there. Good luck on your new endeavor and keep posting those CAD tips.

MikePerry said...

Congratulations! on your new job.

Melanie (Stone) Perry said...

Congratulations! That is so cool!
You're going to be awesome (and I can't wait to get more 'inside' tips ;) ). Good luck!

Joe Danzer said...

Congratulations, on the new job. I really enjoy the blog. I have saved a lot of time at work simply because of this great resource you have created. Take care.

Scott Wilcox said...

Congratulations! and best of luck to you in your new job at Autodesk.

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Robin Capper said...

Congratulations, on the new job! I was researching a post*, loooking for some LT info, when I read this one.

* see http://rcd.typepad.com/rcd/2008/03/resene-paints-c.html

Birdy said...

Good luck to you Kate, though I doubt you'll need any.
You are sure to be a smash success!

+Jim H.

Todd said...

Kate, That's fantastic! Really cool for us, Autodesk and LT. Good luck with everything.

Brian Benton said...

Kate, Congratulations. I have recomended your LT blog to many users. LT is an underestimated product. I used it at my last place of employment, adn they are still using it today (five years later). AutoCAD LT is strong enough (and cheap enough) for most drafting needs. Congratulations.

Shaan Hurley said...

We deskers are lucky to have you and your experience.

Welcome aboard!

Cheers,
Shaan

har!s said...

Better late than never :). Hearty Congratulations on your new job. I hope it will be a great advantage for many of your blog readers.

All the best..!!

har!s