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Sunday, October 06, 2019

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Lance Maidlow

A very interesting read. I remember packing up a young family and moving them from Toronto to Edmonton to have access to one of the first M&S systems. We had workstations in Edmonton and Regina connected by a dedicated 1200 baud line if you can imagine that.

Five years later we were one of the first AutoCAD resellers in Canada and one of the first 3rd party developers using DXF to communicate between the desktop software and AutoCAD. Those were the good old days when John Walker would turn around a development request (DXF) in a couple of days.

And now it is BricsCAD and Civil Site Design. Very nice to be working with developers who care again. It has been a long journey.

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