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Sketchup-ur-space Magazine - June 14

Author : Rajib Dey

SketchUp’s upcoming 3D Basecamp 2012

3D Basecamp is considered as the premier gathering of SketchUp devotees to learn and interact with one another. This year 3D basecamp is going to occur in Boulder, Colorado on October 15th, 16th and 17th. Day One of the event will be held at the Boulder Theater. Days Two and Three will be happened to another location - Rembrandt Yard, an event space/art gallery. From this basecamp the sketchup users will come to know the future of Trimble Sketchup.

It will be the largest 3D Basecamp still now and there will be gathering of 250 to 300 people from all over the world. The upcoming 3D Basecamp will focus on the huge spectrum of plugins, add-ons and extensions being developed with SketchUp’s Ruby API. Attendees can also familiar with the current and innovative product line practice through the RUBY API and some developer-level tools.

There will be also a Ruby Scripting class for beginners useful for people willing to discover the basics of building plugins for SketchUp. Advanced Ruby developers can also participate in a separate, all-day scripters' conference.

There will be also arrangements for a small area for vendor tables, a SketchUp Lab organized by members of our Support and QA teams, and a 3D printing area.

Most of the attendees at Basecamp are intermediate to expert-level SketchUp users. If you want to see how some of the best sketchuppers in the world use our product, and maybe see what's possible, then Basecamp might indeed be for you.

The 3D Basecamp 2012 can bring good job opportunities for expert Ruby developers who engage in developing and deploying Ruby On Rails Web Applications. Attendees can make an impression for himself to the Trimble team or any of the other third-party developers and can achieve on spot job offer.

Registration has been started for 3D Basecamp earlier this week. If you register and fail to attend the basecamp, you can ask for a refund. The amount you'll receive depends on when you inform about your cancellation.

  • On or before September 15th, you'll get a 100% refund.
  • September 16th to October 1st, you'll get a 50% refund.
  • After October 1st, no refunds will be made.

For Registration with the base camp, go through the following link: www.eventbrite.com

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