the news it should not have been sent the 1 of April, because anyone would have thought that he was playing with the fool's day, an equivalent of the day of the innocent in the Anglo-Saxon style ... and go that there are those who joke to such extremes.
Knowing that it is not a joke is shocking.
I mean Pete Kesley, who wrote in one of the official AutoDesk blogs: "The Dirt".
The reason for his retirement is having gone through a long process of chemotherapy after he was found to have cancer. Good thing it went well but says it will work in another area of AutoDesk, away from the blog. For the moment I hope to maintain the link to your blog in my blogroll, because I liked how he wrote in his style of evangelizing anti-AutoCAD users ... we'll see who takes it up on the Civil 3D theme.
When people can change, this photo shows the before and after; As he states, he will have to renew his passport because he does not believe it at the airport
... luck for him.