Official AU Sessions presented by CADD

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It’s November which means we are usually packing our bags and getting ready to fly to Las Vegas for Autodesk University (AU). But things are a little different this year. Instead of joining 10,000+ professionals from the architecture, design, manufacturing, and media industries for 3 days of in-person learning sessions and networking, we’re taking everything online.

Each year, members from our team present during AU on a variety of different topics. Our presenters this go-around include T.J. Meehan, Jason Kunkel, Nick Sipes, Marissa Gagne and Purvi Irwin, and here are their official virtual presentations:

A Discussion on the Diversity Problem in the AEC Industry 
Presented by Purvi Irwin
Thursday, 11/18 | Session Info

Allies at Last: Getting Architects and Engineers on the same Coordinate Page
Presented by Nick Sipes and Marissa Gagne
Thursday, 11/19 | Session Info

Automatic Checking of Your BIM 360 Models
Presented by  T.J. Meehan and Jason Kunkel
Thursday, 11/19 | Session Info

In addition to our live virtual presentations, we will also be hosting webinars in between session breaks:

AU Special: The Very Best AutoCAD Tips and Tricks
Tuesday, 11/17 at 4:00pm | Register Now

AU Special: The Very Best Revit Tips and Tricks
Thursday, 11/19 at 3:00pm | Register Now 

AU Special: CADD Apps for Faster Workflows
Thursday, 11/19 at 4:00pm | Register Now

If you will be attending AU this year, be sure to register for one of the classes above, join one of our webinars, or stop by our virtual CADD Microsystems booth to say hi. We can’t wait to see what the new AU virtual experience has in store for us this year and look forward to seeing you there!

Not attending Autodesk University?

You can still learn Autodesk software tips and tricks from our team of experts during one of our webinars. Or check out the full schedule of live, online training classes.

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