If you've made the commitment to go to Autodesk University in Las Vegas then you certainly want to make sure you get the most out of your week and don't miss out on anything. Spend less than 10 minutes watching my AU Primer and you'll be in the know for the entire week!
If you live in the Orlando area - be sure to join me for a Revit Users Group meeting held in conjunction by one of my favorite resellers - Digital Drafting Systems.
Have you been to AU more than two times? Does it make you feel good to help people? We are still in need of a few more mentors for our Freshman Orientation on Monday, December 2. We just need your time from 4:15pm to 6:00pm and for you to be wiling to share your AU wisdom (and I know you have some!) with your table. Maybe answer a few questions for them - ask them a few questions. Not to worry - we will make it easy on you.
The good folks at Datech have invited me back for another round of AutoCAD enlightenment and I am hoping to see you there! Join me on November 12 and 13 for two key learning events. Check out the day's agenda (and everyone gets a free copy of my latest AutoCAD Tips and Tricks booklet!)
This Thursday and Friday (November 7-8), CAD-Q is holding another one of their fantastic user events. If you live locally (or not) I encourage you to hop on a train or plane to join us for a day of networking, learning and discussion on future directions.
Early Bird Special ends on October 20! Register now and save $500! I want to see you all at this amazing networking and learning event.
So have a bake sale, car wash, whatever it takes but sign up for Autodesk University now (why pay more when you don't have to!). You'll be glad you did.
Autodesk did a major overhaul on the ARRAY command in AutoCAD 2012...then took it even further in AutoCAD 2013.
Check out my latest video on the new and improved ARRAY command (and check out everything you can do with those array grips!). Geez - more exciting than watching Peyton Manning throwing the football...(well - that's not really true).
Today marks the culmination of 9 months of effort to bring you a conference that will help you learn new techniques, explore new technologies, learn about the latest trends, make new business connections, and quite simply, expand your professional mind (don't we all need that?).
WhileI enjoyed a nice summer with very little travel (Hoorah!), the time has come to rev the Autodesk engines back up for our first Autodesk Roadshow of the fall! I am very excited to participate in a 3 city tour with the Applied Software folks and I certainly hope you will join me if we happen to be in your area! We will cover AutoCAD, Autodesk 360, BIM and Manufacturing (a little bit of something for everyone). They are even raffling off a dinner with me (whether you like it or not - you will be forced to eat with me). : )