Mid-Continent MicroStation Community Conference 2010

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  • Serving the Greater Kansas City area: Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa and beyond
    Sponsored by Bentley Systems

    Adjective — capable of or adapted for turning easily from one to another of various tasks, fields of endeavor.

    With the economy the way it is, it’s more important than ever to have more than one skill in your organization: be it within your primary discipline or around it. Perhaps you are a civil designer, but are now the expert on plotting. Maybe you are an architect, and now have to be an expert on document management. We all are multi-platform capable, but we can always learn more. Versatility is a cornerstone of who we are as problem-solvers (after all, isn’t that what architects and engineers are at their core?)

    Our employers depend on the employees to be able to do more and more with less and less. Having skills in multiple areas makes you more valuable to your firm, and gives you a great sense of accomplishment that you can do more, and you can push your limits to learn more. Remember: you can always learn more from someone.

    Our conference has grown to be very versatile. In our beginnings, we had one track: MicroStation. We then added a civil track, and merged with the local Civil-focused user group. Then we added Plotting, Management, Collaboration, Building, and the ever popular Potpourri. We continue to be versatile: last year, we had Structural Analysis, and this year, we welcome the US Army Corps of Engineers with their own track. By the user conference staying versatile, we all continue to move forward in our individual journeys of learning.

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