I'm awesome! I've tweaked my CUI, have even created some action macros & scripts. My coworkers come to me with CAD questions.
Pretty darn good. I use paperspace to plot, understand annotation scaling and feel very comfortable in CAD.
Um. Now that I'm seeing the criteria for good, I guess I could use a little help. I use it but I'm not up to speed on the latest bells and whistles.
AutoCAD huh? Well, I'm ok with Microstation (or Intellicad).
AutoCAD?! That stuff is for "the office people."
Whu? / I think my grandpa had one...
Oh, nostalgia! I remember those days. Glad they are over.
Those were awesome - I miss mine.
You'll pry my tablet from my cold, dead hands!
A little bit of everything: survey, transportation, grading, parcels, surface modeling and pipes.
Probably one or two areas like transportation & pipes.
I'm not sure what parts of it I'll use yet.
I'll probably end up exploding everything and using the base AutoCAD portion.
Most of the time. I'm always drafting.
It's between 30%-75% of my job.
Once or twice a month, and/or only during cold weather months.
Bah, CAD is for wussies.
Bring it on! I love learning at new tools that can make my job better/faster.
When approached the right way, it is a good thing.
It scares me, but I guess I'll live with it if the company says so.
"If it ain't broke don't fix it."
I have a smart phone and download music to it.
My iPOD/Zune/Satellite radio.
How is this even relevant?
We're just using base CAD for all drafting and design.
This dinosaur? Ugh. I hate it.
It is ok, but my clients/consultants are all on Civil 3D, so I want to conform.
I'm really good at it and like it a lot.
Design software? You mean vellum and a mechanical eraser?
What's an OS?
Windows XP (32 or 64 bit)
Windows 7 64-bit
Windows Vista 32-bit
Windows 7 32-bit
Windows Vista 64-bit
None of the above
I'm always open to learning.
When I have time, yes.
Grumble grumble grumble
Is this a trick question?
The only constant in life is change.
We are totally open to changing and improving our workflow.
Wait...what kind of change are we talking about here?
Who do these software people think they are?
More than 6 gigs.
4 to 6 gigs of RAM.
Less than 4 gigs.
Not sure...what does a Tandy generally come with?
Here's an interesting quiz for you.