What a great time again this year at Bluebeam’s XCON 2021 conference. The team at Bluebeam always does a fantastic job planning and executing the…
What a great time again this year at Bluebeam’s XCON 2021 conference. The team at Bluebeam always does a fantastic job planning and executing the best possible event. Of course, this year was no different. The event platform and all the presentations ran smoothly without major technical issues. The vibe I felt, it was evident the industry missed gathering together last year, seeing what’s new, and hanging out with the unique community Bluebeam has fostered over the years.
What an amazing honor it was to present again this year. To start with, there are over 2 million users, and experts around the world, submitting a course. Being selected is extremely difficult because there are only so many tracks to fill. This doesn't hit me lightly in the least. My heart jumps when the call for proposals comes out. Next, days of thought go into designing the perfect course the users need. Finally, the acceptance emails go out, and you'll see me jump and rock out and probably use it as an excuse to bring my wife and two boys out for ice cream. On event day the nerves are at their highest. Each time feels like the first time, I simply can’t believe Bluebeam would share their platform with me, and pray I can continue my streak for many years to come.
Anyway, enough with my Oscar speech, the music started.
Let’s get to my XCON wrap-up including a few takeaways from some of the courses and some things I'm excited about. Besides attending live classes, you better believe I spent the rest of the week binge-watching all the rest of the presentations. In no particular order, here we go.
Bluebeam XCON 2022 is aiming to be an in-person in San Diego, California!
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