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Confidence by Design Workshop Series
Posted Tue April 03, 2012 @03:45PM
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Announcements ANSYS is hosting several Confidence by Design Workshops in April, May and June.

The Confidence by Design workshops can be a critical step in helping you realize your product promise. These complimentary sessions teach you how to leverage our tools to ensure that your designs will work the first time, before any prototypes are built and tested.


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Scheduled locations:
  • Newark - April 19
  • Phoenix - April 26
  • Denver - May 2
  • Orlando - May 2
  • Salt Lake City - May 4
  • Baltimore - May 7
  • Minneapolis - May 8
  • San Diego - May 8
  • San Jose - May 10
  • Seattle - May 15
  • Boston - May 17
  • Detroit - June 5
  • Chicago - June 14
  • Houston - June 20

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