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RobertoOrtiz
02-25-2010, 01:08 PM
DC ACM/DC_SIGGRAPH Professional Development Seminars



All,DC_SIGGRAPH has partnered with DC ACM to offer some really great hands-on seminars this March! Register early for a discount!Please forward it to any friends or coworkers who might be interested.

Registration is now underway for the Spring 2010 Professional Development
Seminars. For this series, DC ACM is proud to partner with DC-SIGGRAPH,
the local chapter of the ACM's special interest group for computer
graphics professionals.

Complete information including detailed seminar descriptions can be found
at http://www.dcacm.org/pd (http://www.dcacm.org/pd)

Below is an overview:

Understanding Adobe Photoshop
Thursday, March 18 (AM session)
Instructor: Richard Harrington

Motion Graphics Toolbox with Adobe Creative Suite
Thursday, March 18 (PM session)
Instructor: Richard Harrington

Blender Basics - An Introduction to Creating 3D Computer Graphics
Friday, March 19 (AM session)
Instructor: Jason van Gumster

Advanced Blender - Adding Simulated Physics to 3D Animation
Friday, March 19 (PM session)
Instructor: Jason van Gumster

Introduction to Mobile Applications Development - iPhone/iPod
Saturday, March 20 (AM session)
Instructor: Ingrid Mihai

Intermediate Mobile Applications Development - iPhone/iPod
Saturday, March 20 (PM session)
Instructor: Ingrid Mihai

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The seminars will be held at computer lab facilities at George Washington
University's School of Engineering and Applied Science.

The Registration Fee for any of the above seminars is $300.
The student rate is $150 per seminar (for full-time students only).

Early Registration Discount (by February 28, 2010): 10%

DC ACM Member Discount: 5%

Reference Code (please use when registering): 101

For your registration fee, you will receive:

- One book (recommended reading) and other seminar materials
- Continental Breakfast (for morning seminar attendees)
- Lunch (for all seminar attendees)
- Seminar Completion certificate


The Washington Chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
started offering Professional Development Seminars in 1968.
Traditionally, these seminars have presented high-quality lectures and
hands-on learning on topics of current interest to the local IT community
for a relatively low cost. DC ACM is a nonprofit organization dedicated
to providing opportunities for meaningful connections between the area's
academics, professionals, and policymakers in the computer science and
information technology fields. The proceeds from the seminars support DC
ACM activities such as computer science lectures for the general public
and awards for junior and senior high school students at regional science
fairs.

If you have any questions about the Spring 2010 Professional Development
Series, please email registrar@dcacm.org. (http://forums.cgsociety.org/registrar@dcacm.org.).

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