Well, this just happened: after having had three generative design-related classes accepted for AU 2018 (well, really two were accepted and one ended up getting a repeat slot at the Connect & Construct pre-conference), I wasn’t due to talk about anything I’ve been doing lately with the Forge viewer. Which frankly was a shame, because between robots, skeletons and streamlines, as feel as though I’ve got lots of fun stuff to share, at the moment.
That was until yesterday, when I got pinged by Stephen Preston (for the US DevCon) and Cyrille Fauvel (for the European one), to ask if I’d be ready to speak at both events.
So I’m now in the official speaker line-up for both of the upcoming Forge DevCons – or should be soon. I’ve submitted a class entitled “Robots, skeletons and streamlines… pushing the limits of the Forge viewer for 3D data visualization” for the two events. I don’t have the confirmed time of either session, as yet, but if you’re coming to a DevCon in the coming month, please do your best to attend one. I promise there’ll be something of interest to everyone. :-)
Tomorrow I’m heading across to Basel to talk with Autodesk’s architecture customer council about knowledge management, so it looks as though I’ll be putting a slide deck for the European DevCon together on Monday’s train to Darmstadt. I’m now rather happy I opted for the 5.5 hour train journey, rather than shuttling to and from airports!