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Jake Miller

A Meeting You Won’t Dread Attending!

A Meeting You Won’t Dread Attending!
Our most recent User Group Meeting was held Jan. 19 in the Denver area, and if you weren’t fortunate enough to join us, it was a success! We are adopting a policy here at Applied Flow Technology to build community with our users and the world that surrounds them with the rest of our market. Part of that endeavor takes the form of our User Group Meetings. For the uninitiated, I will rattle a little while longer about what these are, why you should come, and how to find out about upcoming meetings.  To those who have attended before, or to...
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AFT User Group Meetings in Calgary and Edmonton / Canada

Knowledge is the key element for efficient engineering design. Since 1993 AFT has made an effort to provide this knowledge in hydraulics through our high quality software, seminars, webinars, videos, etc. But our users have a lot to say in this matter; their experience in different projects is a fundamental wellspring for this effort. Keeping this source isolated is the worst use of this knowledge, and the AFT user group meetings are AFT's first effort to break the communication barrier by means of creating a user community. AFT has been hosting User Group Meetings in the Houston and Denver area and...
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Applied Flow Technology

Denver User Group Next Week!

Join us in Denver on October 30!

When: Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 5:00 PM
Where: The Curtis Hotel, 1405 Curtis St., Denver, Colorado www.thecurtis.com (303) 571-0300

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Jake Miller

AFT User Group on November 7th – Denver

Denver is now ranked No. 4 worldwide in a survey of "up-and-coming' energy cities for oil and gas professionals, according to industry website Rigzone.com.  Denver was the only U.S. city to make the list.  As expected - Dubia, Calgary and Rio de Janeiro were the top three. Surprised? Don't be.  Even though Houston is considered the oil and gas capital of the world, some prefer to live and work in the mile high city, which has access to the Rocky Mountains, beautiful weather and yes, the home of the Denver Broncos. Not only does Denver have a strong engineering community concentrated...
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