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Vote now for your favorite Autodesk University 2019 class proposals

It seems like warm weather and Summer is only beginning, but before you know it, it’ll be November and time to head out to Las Vegas for Autodesk University (AU) 2019! Planning for the big 3-day event is already underway with more than 1,100 hopeful speakers from nearly 50 countries submitting over 2,400 class proposals …

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Vote on your Favorite Autodesk University 2018 Class Proposals

The annual Autodesk University Call for Proposals closed on Monday. When the deadline arrived nearly 1,200 experts from 49 countries had submitted 2,155 proposals. With the time to submit proposals for the 2018 conference behind us, now comes the hard part. Those 2,155 proposals must be whittled down to the roughly 700 classes to be offered come …

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Essential Learning Styles for Training

The 4 Essential Learning Styles Missing from your Training Program

In my previous post, Identifying the Seven Deadly Sins of Corporate Training Programs, I outlined some of the most common sins (or mistakes) we see made in the context of training and professional development. That post was the first in a series of indefinite length, written through a lens of the challenges we witness CADD …

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Identifying the Seven Deadly Sins of Corporate Training Programs

Identifying the Seven Deadly Sins of Corporate Training Programs

In November, Jason Kunkel and I combined the unique experience and knowledge we’ve gained from building successful training programs in firms of more than 350 people, designing Autodesk Official Press curriculum, and more to present Overcoming the 7 Deadly Sins of Corporate Training Programs at Autodesk University 2017. The class was not only among a …

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Top-Rated Sessions from AU 2017 – The Results Are In!

Back in November, we traveled to Las Vegas to join 10,000+ professionals from the architecture, design, manufacturing, and media industries for 3 days of learning, skill development, and inspiration at Autodesk University (AU). With more than 700 sessions on the list, we were thrilled to have presenters from our own team of experts take the …

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CADD on the Road – Autodesk University Las Vegas 2017

It’s that time of year again! We are hopping on a plane and heading to Las Vegas to join 10,000+ professionals from the architecture, design, manufacturing, and media industries for 3 days of learning sessions, networking, and inspiration. Autodesk University will take place at the Venetian in Las Vegas on November 14-16, 2017. Now in …

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Analyzing how the Earth’s Curvature Affects Building Width with AutoCAD

I was working with my colleague Purvi Irwin on our upcoming Autodesk University class “A Match Made in Coordinates: Bringing Revit, AutoCAD Civil 3D, and InfraWorks Together at Last” earlier today, and the theory of how we represent flat objects on the spheroid we call Earth took us on a small tangent. Since the Earth …

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Autodesk University 2017 Class Proposal Voting Now Open

Vote to Shape Autodesk University 2017 Autodesk University isn’t until November, but planning for the event is well underway. The annual Call for Proposals closed last week, and with nearly 2,200 proposals in hand, now comes the hard part – selecting 600+ classes for this year’s conference. To help in the selection process, Autodesk is …

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The Virtual and Augmented Reality of Autodesk University

In the last year, augmented and virtual reality has been growing in the AEC industry. Tying these technologies with existing BIM, modeling, and visualization tools have been at the edge in design and construction. Before, these technologies were just a parlor trick; something to show people how cool and interesting another product is or a …

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