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Shaan Hurley's Autodesk blog

Consider Helping Others

A couple weeks ago at Autodesk university I ran into a longtime friend and colleague. He was at AU with his wife and two cute young daughters. I found out his home was one of the thousands destroyed in Santa Rosa California last year. It was heartbreaking to hear all of the details of what he and his family went through, but it gets more difficult.

Thank You

Thank you for attending Autodesk University

I am so very thankful for all the attendees, partners, sponsors, employees, and the Autodesk University event staff for making it an amazing Autodesk University 2018. Over 11,000 attended the event last week in Las Vegas.

Thank You

Thank you for attending Autodesk University

I am so very thankful for all the attendees, partners, sponsors, employees, and the Autodesk University event staff for making it an amazing Autodesk University 2018. Over 11,000 attended the event last week in Las Vegas.

Forge DevCon Keynote 2018

The Forge DevCon was held on the first day of Autodesk University. The keynote was great and you can now watch it on YouTube. It was apparent from the Forge DevCon they will need to expand the are as it was packed with Forge developers,partners, customers, and employees this year and many amazing 3rd party solutions built upon Forge being shown.

Welcome PlanGrid!

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It was just announced that Autodesk is acquiring PlanGrid.

Autodesk University 2018 Day 0 - The Arrival in Photos

On Sunday November 11th, I flew to Vegas and got ready for Monday Day 1 with the  Forge DevCon, Connect & Construct Summit, Computational BIM Workshops, Leadership Forum, and others occurring essentially Autodesk University is a 4 day event Monday through Thursday. Here are some of my memories in photos from Sunday and more days to be posted tomorrow. Some people got in earlier to setup AU and some even more energetic attendees ran in the Rock & Roll Marathon down the main strip.

Apply to the Residency Program at Autodesk Toronto

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Spotted this from my Toronto Research colleague Hali Larsen @HaliLarsen this morning:

Have an innovative project in mind that you are trying to get off the ground? In need of support for hardware, software, or fabrication?
Apply to the Residency Program at Autodesk Toronto!

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