It’s time: the full, interactive schedule for this year’s all-digital Autodesk University is now online.
You can go ahead and start bookmarking your favourite classes today. Assuming you’re one of the 85,000 (and counting!) people who have registered for the event. If you haven’t already registered, don’t worry: you can still do so for free. (There are still plenty of tickets left. ;-)
So to get things rolling, here’s a link to my AU 2020 class for you to bookmark and watch from November 17th. You can expect some interesting news to be announced (or at least repeated) in this session.
The Q&A for this class is now officially on November 18th 2020 at 18h30 CET/5:30pm GMT/12:30pm EST/9:30am PST. Please come along and bring your friends and family! In fact, here’s a calendar file to make it even easier for you and yours to remember when it is.
(You might also want to watch this on-demand product briefing, which is highly related to my session: SD473691 – Forge Road Map: Visual Insights—Visualizing Data in Your Models.)
If you’re a developer working with Forge, then here are some additional events you should also plan on attending (all times from here on will be Pacific):
- Forge main keynote on November 17 at 12:00pm with Susanna Holt and Greg Fallon
- Showcase for the Forge Hackathon featuring the winning entries on November 18 at 8:00am
- Forge Fire Faceoff where Forge and Autodesk leaders join for an interview game show on November 17 at 4:00pm
Additionally, here are 5 on-demand Forge sessions that I expect to be worth your time. (This is a small selection of the 75 or so Forge-related sessions at this year’s event, so be sure to check them out.)
- SD463691 – Forge Road Map – Jim Quanci and Cyrille Fauvel
- SD468619 – Exploring MEP Design Automation with Event-Driven Services and Linked Data – Will Reynolds
- SD469037 – Building Massively Scalable CAD Configurators for the Manufacturing Industry – Nem Kumar, Ashish Shete & Subhransu Majhi
- CS468447 – Efficient Ways to Visualize and Analyze Data in a BIM 360 Project with Power BI – Xiaodong Liang
On Monday I’m going to talk about some compelling user research sessions that I’d also suggest signing up for. (Those who managed to attend this one at last year’s event found it really worthwhile.)
We’re getting close, now!