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This is a very good thing: Magee Joins Side Effects
Thursday, 13 June 2002 Thu, 13 Jun '02
I hope it will help all of us (newbie folks) be a masters in Houdini asap. Szymon. www.masiak.3d.pl ----- Original Message ----- From: "Ben Schrijvers" <Ben.Schrijvers(a)framestore-cfc.com> To: "Houdini Mailing List" <sidefx-houdini-list(a)sidefx.com> Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 1:08 PM Subject: Re: This is a very good thing: Magee Joins Side Effects
Hi all, Well I must say that while checking VFXpro the last months I've noticed an improvement in SESI's marketing strategy. keep on going SESI! bye, benS Ben Simons wrote: > > > > > I'm sure many of you are already aware of this. > > This should help sidefx (and me, I need some new tuts) a lot. > > http://www.vfxpro.com/brief/mainv/0,2444,35895,00.html > > > > wow! > > -ben. > > Magee Joins Side Effects > By Catherine Feeny > June 12, 2002 01:44 PM PDT > > Side Effects Software announced that Robert Magee has > joined the company in the newly designated position of > customer experience specialist. The role will include > developing comprehensive video, print and interactive > multimedia training and education solutions for the > Houdini community of animators. With this new hire, > Side Effects Software is reaffirming its commitment to > educating Houdini animators and enhancing the > experience for new artists entering into the > professional 3D arena. > > Magee is a ten-year veteran of Alias|Wavefront. He > designed and co-authored both "The Art of Maya" and > "Learning Maya" books while with Alias. He was also > the editor of the Assistant newsletter in print and > on-line, and was involved in the creation of training > materials for Maya, Studio, PowerAnimator, Alias > Sketch! and Alias upFRONT customers. > > "While the Houdini interface is very easy to use," > said Magee, "education is still vital for helping > customers explore all of the workflows available to > them." > > __________________________________________________________ > Ben Simons Physics Building, A28, > VisLab Systems Manager The University of Sydney. > Phone +61-2-9351-5900 NSW. AUSTRALIA. 2006. > Fax +61-2-9351-1880 http://www.vislab.usyd.edu.au/ > > "The problem [with Microsoft vulnerabilities] is that you are > dealing with 50 million lines of code and everything depends > on everything else ... the key to software security lies in > solid, modular design." - Peter Neumann, SRI International.