It is that time of year again, where you see lots of posts on LinkedIn and Twitter with people sharing the class, or classes they have submitted for Autodesk University 2021. That’s right its voting time again, your chance to help shape that #AU2021 will look like! This year the voting ends on May 12th, only 12 days after the submissions closed, so better be quick to let your voice be heard. You can review all of the submitted session for this year Virtual AU HERE.Continue reading “Virtual AU 2021 – Submissions Closed, Voting Open!”
This year I’m doing a technical demo session for #AU2020, of course, with it being 2020 it’s not going to be a normal AU session!Continue reading “AU 2020 – Magical Mystery Tour”
It is that time of year again, seeing old friends that you haven’t seen since last year, bright lights, lots of music, even more walking…yes Autodesk University is in the air! Of course, with it be 2020 nothing will normal and we won’t all be gathered together in Las Vegas next week. This year AU is going virtual, starting Nov. 17th and going until Nov. 20th and it is FREE for everyone! You can still register HERE.Continue reading “AU 2020 – Going Virtual”
Dynamaniacs of Calgary Event #007
Wednesday, October 23rd, 2019
11:30 am to 1:30 pm in meeting room 0-13 (Level 0)
FREE Registration Here
If you are going to be in Calgary over lunch on October 23rd then sign up for this FREE event to learn about using Dynamo to help visualize your Revit Data.
This will be a fun and informative hands-on lab for Dynamo users of all levels including beginners.
Late in 2017, I set a goal for myself to speak at all 4 BILT events in 2018. As I look back on 2018 I’m happy to say I was able to reach my goal and speak at all 2018 BILT Conferences! I can also say that it was way more work than it seemed like it would be in Fall 2017.
This year Autodesk University is changing things up a little when it comes to how submissions for AU 2017 are selected. This year they are publishing all 2,257 abstracts that got submitted on or before the May 17th deadline. You can head over the Autodesk University Website to review all submissions and vote for the ones you like here.
Now to be clear – voting isn’t the only means by which submissions get selected for AU 2017 but rather another tool for the selection committee to use in ensuring the best lineup. This can be seen in the verbiage used on the voting page:
Another Autodesk University, or AU as we all call it is in the books, and once again it was just me and 10,721 of my closest friends!
I will start by sharing AU2016 by the numbers (at least according to the Autodesk University Website).
If you are heading to Autodesk University in Vegas in a few days in (Nov. 15th – 17th) then you want to clear your Tuesday evening schedule so you can come and play BIMGO!!
What is “BIMGO” you ask, well its the BIM version of Bingo of course. The idea is to get a BIMGO card and keep track of the words said during the BIMThoughts podcast recording. As words on your card are said you mark them off, extra points if you have a Bingo dauber…
or a lucky troll.
The game will take place during a special AU recording of the BIMThoughts Podcast at the Enscape Booth (2763) in the exhibition hall. The recording will take place Tuesday, Nov. 15th starting @ 6:30 pm and going to about 7:10 pm. After all the BIMGO fun is over, we will move the party over to the IMAGINiT Booth (2917) where the prizes will be drawn and awarded @ 8:00 pm.
All you need to play is a business card (used for draws later) and to be at the Enscape booth by 6:30 on Tuesday to get your BIMGO card.
The BIMGO cards are limited so show up early to not miss out on all the fun!
BIMGO is sponsored by the great folks at:
See you all there on Tuesday!
The registration for this year’s University is set to open on August 17th, and when it does you will have a ton of classes to choose from in all sorts of disciplines and software. I thought I would help out with the selection process by suggesting a few classes from this year’s course catalog.
The AU 2016 acceptance emails came out at the end of last week and I was lucky enough to receive one again this year! I was surprised, maybe even a little shocked, to read that I had been accepted for 4 sessions! Maybe I got 4 because AU classes are divided into four types: Instructional Demo, Hands-on Lab, Roundtable, and Industry Talk and I have a class for each type.