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Autodesk University – The Good, the Bad, and the Meh (Part 2)

Its been about a month since Autodesk University concluded and it was never my intention to let my final AU post take this long to finish but time sure flies fast when you come back right into the holiday season. However, keeping in the theme of the last post here are my final notes aboutContinue Reading

Autodesk Wants Users to Have More Access

Autodesk is positioning themselves in a radically changing design marketplace. John takes a closer look at how Autodesk wants to part of its customers successes in the near future.Continue Reading

Autodesk University – The Good, the Bad, and the Meh (Part 1)

AU2013 has come and gone, what a blur. Opposed to detailing every class I attended and everything I saw I am going to summarize the experience in what I’m calling the good, the bad, and the meh meh [mɛ/] = Indifference; to be used when one simply does not care. The Good Tuesday 8AM PL2759 Autodesk PLMContinue Reading

My AU Day 0 (Pre Conference)

For the first time in my AU experience I was scheduled to get into Las Vegas early enough to participate in a few of the many pre-conference events. I found out after that the amount of pre-conference activity is almost as overwhelming as the actual conference. Here’s how my day went 5AM Up and dressed,Continue Reading

Twas the Night Before Autodesk University

A little bit of seasonal Autodesk University cheer from the legend of Micheal Thomas.Continue Reading

Autodesk University is almost upon us

Two weeks left til the spectacle that is Autodesk University, and I’m honestly starting to get a bit excited. Things are a bit different this year for me (2nd time teaching, 3rd time going) as I’m getting in mid-morning of the Monday, so I’m able to participate in many of the Monday activities. Past yearsContinue Reading