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Justin Ziemba
Interests: music, cycling, vegan cupcakes
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Mohamed, Thank you for the interest. The Civil 3D position is based in Brazil and requires to be fluent in Brazilian Portuguese. You should also check on our "career opportunities" section of autodesk.com, as there are additional openings in other GEOs. If any of these positions interest you, then you can apply directly from there. Thanks!
Toggle Commented Aug 19, 2011 on Career Opportunities at Being Civil
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Christian - thanks for the link above. Also, check out Nate & Katie's Geospatial blog: http://www.gisexchange.typepad.com/
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2011 on Civil Resolutions for 2011? at Being Civil
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Great idea, Matt. Personally, I think that having the certification on a resume looks great. The Associates exam shows that you have a basic understanding of the main features in C3D, while the Profession takes it a (big) step further. Here is some more info: http://tinyurl.com/4o9y5l8
Toggle Commented Feb 1, 2011 on Civil Resolutions for 2011? at Being Civil
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Great stuff guys! Keep it coming!
Toggle Commented Mar 15, 2010 on Question of the Week: LDD vs C3D at Being Civil
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Martin - I am not quite sure what you are referring to. We didn't use a "Format" menu here. If something is specific to your machine not working correctly, please log a Support Request and we will look into it. thanks - jz
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If you have your Control Panel set up in Categories, then select "Hardware and Sound" and then you will see the option for "Display" or choose "Appearance and Peronalization" and then select "Display" or you can right-click, go to Personalization, and then select the "Display" button on the lower left. Just like C3D, there are more than a few ways to get to the same location :) Thanks Brian!
Toggle Commented Jan 4, 2010 on ClearType and Windows 7 at Being Civil
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Thanks Curt. It's so simple, but it can invoke deadly fear in anyone if you are unaware of the variable. I can hear the sigh of relief once they correct the variable. Makes for a good day, for both of us ;) -jz
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Thanks Ken. Yes, you can do this, but you must have the dash in there. In the case I was referring to, the user wanted the space, not a dash, which added this extra twist. Sure, adding a dash is easy....but telling a field crew to change their method is anything but. I know - I've been on that field crew :)
Toggle Commented Oct 13, 2009 on Description Key Wildcards at Being Civil
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You are too fast, Tatiana!! :) I just fixed it. You may need to CTL-Refresh your browser. Sorry for the mix up.
Toggle Commented Aug 27, 2009 on Win a trip to Autodesk University! at Being Civil
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You are a smart man, Mr. Wedding! :) Thanks!
Toggle Commented Aug 4, 2009 on Labels and Tables Panel is empty at Being Civil
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Chris - sorry for the long delay on this. I played with this some this afternoon. Yes, this will work. I set up 2 drawings. One with a Surface and CL Alignment. I referenced this into a new drawing, and created my Offset Alignments and Parcels in this second file. Back in the original file, any chances to the geometry of the Aligment would change the Parcels in the second drawing, as expected. Thanks! -jz
Toggle Commented Jul 15, 2009 on 2010 Preview: Offset Alignments at Being Civil
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