ENGINEERING.com Announces MyEngineering Network MyEngineering is a platform for freely sharing engineering ideas”, said John Hayes, President of ENGINEERING.com. “During our beta stage engineers have discussed countless interesting ideas while form
News-Antique.com - Jun 23,2009 - June 10, 2009, Toronto, ON – ENGINEERING.com Inc. [TSXV:EGN], the world’s leading online community of engineers, today announced a new network service called MyEngineering. This online service allows engineers to post profiles, join groups and post messages to each other. Members can manage their activity to share information publicly, or privately within a smaller secure work group.
“MyEngineering is a platform for freely sharing engineering ideas”, said John Hayes, President of ENGINEERING.com. “During our beta stage engineers have discussed countless interesting ideas while forming their own private and public groups.”
MyEngineering allows registered users to:
• Create and participate in multiple groups
• Upload and share files with a variety of file extensions and sizes
• Use Wiki pages to create and edit documents, specifications or web pages
• Share information securely or publicly
Engineers interested in using this service should visit http://www.my.engineering.com/ to join.
About ENGINEERING.com Incorporated
ENGINEERING.com Incorporated [TSXV: EGN] is the developer-owner of the ENGINEERING.com web site and Internet-based software and business, being developed to become the ultimate resource tool for the global engineering community. The ENGINEERING.com Incorporated head office is located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada and can be reached toll-free at 1-866-894-8693, by facsimile at (905) 273-6691 or through the Internet at www.engineering.com.
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