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Bluebeam Announces Customer Speakers for Bluebeam eXtreme Conference

May 24, 2013

Hey everyone! If you haven’t already registered for this year’s Bluebeam eXtreme Conference, you might want to do so now because earlier today we announced our incredible line up of customer speakers. That’s right! In addition to three tracks of Bluebeam-led educational sessions, this year’s conference will include customer presentations from Ryan Companies and Enermodal, as well as a Bluebeam Revu power user panel featuring representatives from Gensler, Balfour Beatty and Stiles Corporation. So, if you haven’t already signed up, make sure you do so before our early bird registration ends on July 4th.

To read today’s official press release about the Bluebeam eXtreme Conference, click here. You can also go to www.bluebeamextreme.com for complete conference details.

Cheers,

Kyle

Nominate Your Project for a Bluebeam eXtreme Award

April 30, 2013

Calling all Bluebeam power users! Is your project team achieving eXtreme results from using Bluebeam Revu? Well, we’d love to hear about your experience as it might be worthy of an award.

That’s right! Bluebeam is launching the Bluebeam eXtreme Awards, aka the BXAs, to celebrate project teams that are using Bluebeam solutions to work without limits. The deadline to enter is Friday, June 7th, and all winners will be announced during the Bluebeam eXtreme Conference awards luncheon at LA Live in Los Angeles on August 2nd. Click here for more information on the award categories and to complete the application today.

To learn more about this year’s Bluebeam eXtreme Conference, go to www.bluebeamextreme.com.

Cheers,

Kyle

Bluebeam eXtreme Conference Call for Presentations Now Open

February 20, 2013

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Calling all Bluebeam power users! Planning and preparation are now under way for this year’s Bluebeam eXtreme Conference, and we are actively searching for a few Bluebeam Revu users to showcase their skills.  If you attended last year’s conference, then you saw two great presentations from Turner Construction Company and Mortenson Construction. Well, this year it could be you telling your Bluebeam story to a live, captive audience. If you are interested in presenting your cutting-edge, innovative use of Revu at this year’s conference, we want to hear from you! Speaking proposals for the conference are being accepted now through March 15th. Click here for submission details.

And, stay tuned for more information about the upcoming conference as we’ll be making additional announcements very soon. In the meantime, if you have any questions regarding the conference or the speaker submission process, please email us at extremeproposals (at) bluebeam.com.

Cheers,

Kyle

Just in Time for the Holidays: Bluebeam Action Figures?

December 24, 2012

If you have ever attended one of our user conferences, whether it be the Bluebeam eXtreme Conference or the International Rally Conference, you have probably encountered our dynamic duo of lead Bluebeam engineers sharing their top Tips & Tricks for using Revu. Well, we have always seen them as our own personal super heroes because of their ability to make Revu do just about anything our users need.

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So, we made their superhero status “official” by working with one of our users, Viet (who just so happens to make custom toys and previously created a Mighty Bluebeam action figure for us). You got to love the attention to detail! Unfortunately, these one-of-a-kind action figures won’t be invading your local toy shop any time soon.

Happy Holidays, and remember to keep on PDFin’.

-Kyle

Bluebeam eXtreme Conference Recap

July 9, 2012

In June, Bluebeam held its annual eXtreme Conference at LA Live’s Target Terrace overlooking downtown Los Angeles where we celebrated 10 years of eXtreme Pdfin’.  The event, which experienced a great turnout with attendees coming from all over the U.S, featured an action-packed schedule that included case study presentations from Turner Construction Company and Mortenson Construction, a keynote presentation from Bluebeam President and CEO Richard Lee, the reveal of the Bluebeam Revu iPad app (available in the App Store July 10th), several educational workshops and lots of mingling and networking.

Here’s a glimpse of what went down at this year’s event:

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Welcome to the Bluebeam eXtreme Conference 2012!

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Bluebeam’s Sasha Reed welcomes attendees while they enjoy breakfast before sessions start.

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Bluebeam VP of Engineering Don Jacob (left) drives a product demo as Bluebeam’s President and CEO Richard Lee (right) discusses new features in Revu 10 during the conference’s keynote address.

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Members of Bluebeam’s development team reveal the Revu iPad app, available in the App Store July 10th

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Terriann Nohilly from Turner Construction Company demonstrates how Revu is used in conjunction with SharePoint for the San Diego Airport T2W Expansion project.

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Attendees attend a workshop on some of Revu’s advanced features.

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Attendees enjoy lunch in between conference sessions.

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Mortenson Construction demonstrates how it leverages Revu and Bluebeam Studio for real-time project tracking.

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Conference attendees test drive Bluebeam’s new Revu iPad app.

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Attendees learn some tips and tricks from Bluebeam’s lead developers.

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Our eXtreme Conference Sweepstakes winners: (left to right) Robert “Bluebeam Bob” Harmon from Neumann Bros, Sam Hatchell from Jaynes Corporation, and Ethan Graves from Universal Fence Company, Inc.

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Attendees mix and mingle after a great day of activities.

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Bluebeam celebrates 10 years of PDFin’.

Overall, the event was a great success. There was a lot of energy and great conversations taking place throughout, and the nearby X Games created some extra excitement as well.  Thank you to everyone who attended, and we hope to see you in September for our International Rally Conference (IRC).   And, remember to keep on PDFin’.

-Kyle


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