We’re just a few weeks away from the 2nd European edition of the Forge DevCon. It’s being held in Darmstadt on October 16th, the day before this year’s AU Germany. This is a free, English-language* event where you can learn all about the capabilities that are currently (and will soon be) available through the Forge platform.
(* I’ve seen a number of emails asking whether the event will be in German or English, presumably due to its proximity with a German-language event. I can confirm that the entire program will be in English.)
Here are some “reasons to attend”, provided by the Forge team…
- Get to Know Forge
- Take a deep dive into the Forge Viewer, BIM 360 API, Reality Capture, and industry specific solutions created with Forge APIs.
Plus preview just-released Forge updates to integrations, end-to-end workflow capabilities and much more.
- Disruptive Technologies
- AR, VR, machine learning and generative design can be brought to life using Forge. Learn how, and see how easy it is to get started.
- Web Programming
- Delve into topics from web application security to architecture to testing best practices, or brush up on the basics you need to transition from desktop to web programming.
- Forge Industry Stories
- Take in cross-category case studies showing how Autodesk partners and customers used Forge to solve real business problems, and what they learned along the way.
- Construction Technology with Forge + BIM 360
- Learn how Forge and BIM 360 have been used to create countless apps across the construction industry, helping teams innovate, digitize job sites, minimize data loss and increase efficiency.
You can register today via this link. I have registered, but still have some logistics to work out, given the fact it falls during my children’s school holidays. But I’m almost certainly going to be there.
In the meantime I have a few other trips coming up: next week I’ll spend the first part of the week in Rome, at the Forge accelerator, while the week after I’ll be splitting my time between Amsterdam and Barcelona. It’s a busy time of year!