For those of you who (like me) missed this year’s in-person DevDays – or perhaps have colleagues who would benefit from seeing sessions you managed to attend yourself in Las Vegas or elsewhere – you’ll be interested to hear that DevDays Online will be disseminating all that DevDays goodness over the wire during the month of February. The great news is that this isn’t being limited to ADN members: anyone can sign up and attend. The sessions will also be recorded, in case any are at times that don’t work for you.
You can register to attend the various sessions using the links below. There’s a variety of topics covered: you get a good dose of strategy, to help understand where Autodesk is heading with its platform technology, you get in-depth updates on our desktop products and their APIs – whether AutoCAD, Inventor, Vault, Revit, Civil 3D or InfraWorks – and you get updates on our cloud-based products, their APIs, and the underlying platform (Forge) that fuels them.
There’s further information on this virtual event on the AutoCAD DevBlog, in case.
With my travels I somehow managed to miss the fact there were no in-person DevDays, this year. The Forge DevCon of course included lots of the cloud-oriented information, but this virtual event is the only way to get updates on our desktop products and their APIs. Sorry for any confusion!
|Tue, Feb 6 2018||DevDays Keynotes||Register|
|Wed, Feb 7 2018||Forge Platform Overview and Roadmap||Register|
|Thu, Feb 8 2018||Revit API, Civil 3D & InfraWorks Updates||Register|
|Tue, Feb 13 2018||Forge API Update (in detail)||Register|
|Wed, Feb 14 2018||Inventor, Vault and Fusion API Updates||Register|
|Thu, Feb 15 2018||AutoCAD and Design Automation for AutoCAD API Updates||Register|
|Tue, Feb 20 2018||BIM 360 Product and API Update||Register|
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