Thursday, December 3, 2009

Autodesk University 2009

I’m currently in Las Vegas, for the Autodesk University 2009 conference.

It’s a great event, I thoroughly recommend it to anyone interested in Autodesk products.

If you aren’t here – check out Autodesk University Virtual, which gives you access to certain online only classes (including a good one by Jeremy Tammik) and I believe recordings of classes here in Vegas.

Some good ones to check our include CP204-3 Deep Dive on the Autodesk® Revit API: Advanced Topics by Matt Mason and Expanding BIM With the Autodesk® Revit® API by Anthony Hauck

Still one day of classes to go, but my main focus for the day will be my presentation, which is the last of the conference, I’m presenting “How the Autodesk Revit API has saved our company time and money – and how it can do the same for yours” tomorrow at 5pm.

I’ll be joined by Andrew Bryant, the chief structural drafter at Bornhorst + Ward, where I work. We’ll be demonstrating a number of the API tools I’ve developed for Bornhorst + Ward. The second half of my presentation will be showing where YOU can go to find the best resources to learn the API and how you can use those resources to find the information you need.

If you are attending the class, come say hi after (or at the AU party)!

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