As mentioned in this previous post, at this year’s Autodesk University the “Developer Track” has rightly been combined with the “Customization & Programming” track (it made sense to rationalise these two tracks which had a very similar style of class). So unlike in previous years, the sessions we’re either presenting or helping coordinate are listed with the “CP” prefix.
Here’s a quick round-up of the AutoCAD-related physical classes, labs and panel sessions being presented either by my team or by members of Engineering (with my team helping coordinate):
Here are the AutoCAD-related virtual sessions (see this previous post for some background on AUv):
|CP9210-1 AutoCAD .NET: 0 to 3D in 90 Minutes||Fenton Webb|
|CP9214-1 AutoCAD .NET: Developing for AutoCAD Using F#||Kean Walmsley|
|CP9310-1 Customizing entity behavior in AutoCAD .NET||Stephen Preston|
There are many other classes besides these, of course. Here are the the complete catalogs for both the physical and virtual classes.
If you can’t make it to Las Vegas but would still prefer to attend a physical event, there is one more option available to you: Autodesk University Extension. These 100+ free training events, held at 90+ Authorized Training Centers (ATC®) in 35 countries around the world, will provide you access to content delivered at AU – including many of the AUv classes – as well as providing the opportunity to network with local peers and experts. To compare AUv with AU Extension, you may find this comparison grid helpful.
I’m looking forward to meeting many of you in Vegas, whether physically or virtually!