Now that registration is open for Autodesk University 2014, people are busy signing up for classes. For those of you who are curious about the classes I’m delivering/hosting/attending at this year’s event, here they are. I’ll break things down day-by-day, in case you’re interested in finding an opportunity to meet up but can’t attend one of my sessions.
Monday (Dec 1st)
I’ll be attending the ADN DevDay, all day. Always lots of great information to absorb there, of course (jetlag permitting ;-).
Tuesday (Dec 2nd)
I’ll be hanging out at the ADN DevHack for most of the afternoon, although I will be heading across to host the ever-popular Meet the AutoCAD API Experts panel session (yes, Stephen Preston asked me to stand in for him, this year) from 3-4pm. I’m also planning to attend my teammate Albert Szilvasy’s AutoCAD Core Engine via HTTP session at 5-6pm: I’ve seen most of Albert’s presentation delivered at an internal conference, but I’m interested in hearing more about recent progress that has been made as well as the audience’s thoughts on how this service might be used in practice.
Wednesday (Dec 3rd)
Thursday (Dec 4th)
On the last day of the conference I’ll be co-presenting a session on Configuring Morgan 3 Wheelers at the Geneva Motor Show using Autodesk VRED at 1-2pm with my colleague Jason Walters (he was on the team who developed the configurator we’ll be showing). It should be a really fun way to finish up the conference! Well, that and the closing party, of course.
A usual I’m very much looking forward to this year’s AU. It’s always a great opportunity to meet new people, catch up with old friends and learn more about how customers and developers are using Autodesk technology to do important – and often incredible – things. If you’re interested in talking about your use of Autodesk technology – maybe you’re having challenges that future posts on this blog might be able to help with, for instance – then please let me know. I’m sure we can find some time to sit down and chat.
To close, here’s my personal tag-line for the conference:
“ExhAUsting yet invigAUrating, come to AU!”
(And that’s why you shouldn’t let technical people do marketing. ;-)