I was one of those guys carrying around a MacBook at Autodesk University. The main reasons I took it was to blog and check email, but throughout the week I found myself wishing that Autodesk would make AutoCAD run natively on Mac OSX. Read more »
The party that took place the evening of day 3 was incredible. There was a lot of entertainment, good food, and beer. I really enjoyed watching people do bungee jumping on a trampoline. Good times! Read more »
Today is the last full day at AU. Tomorrow morning I have a couple of classes, and then it’s all over.
What a day it has been! I took classes that gave in-depth instructions on developing pipe structures in Civil 3D, utilizing Map 3D to make drafting easier, editing pipe networks in LandXML, and setting up an multi-user project in Civil 3D without Vault. Read more »
Today was another full day at Autodesk University. Last night I went to bed early so I missed the Exhibit Hall Opening Reception. But after lunch I did get a chance to take a walk around it and look at some really neat displays. Read more »
Autodesk University is in full swing here in Las Vegas. This is my second time attending this event and I have to say, it’s worth every penny. Not only are the classes good, but you get to network and meet innovative, smart people. Read more »
Want to know a quick way to rename something in your drawing? Read more »
Check out this podcast from Bob Bell on AutoCAD’s CUI. Read more »
I signed up for the first ever Autodesk University Blogger Social…
I plan on blogging about my experience at AU. I’m sure I’ll learn some neat tricks to share with all of you. My focus will be mostly Civil 3D, and Map 3D but I will be taking one or two generic AutoCAD classes as well.
Are you attending AU this year? If so, and you blog about Autodesk products, sign up for the blogger social…