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Weekly Roundup – Special Edition – #BILTNA 2017

Another BILT North America has come and gone, and as per usual, it rocked eh!

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BILT Roundup – North America 2017 Edition – Top 10 Tweets

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One of the things I love about RTC events is the community and their love of Twitter. Even if you aren’t at the event you feel like you’re there because of the play-by-play you get on Twitter. In honor of this, I have put together my Top 10 Tweets and Twitter Threads from BILTNA 2017.

Just a quick word of warning, for a post about 10 tweets it is really, REALLY long! (but totally worth the read)

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AU 2016 Registration Opens Aug. 17th – Here Are Some Class Options

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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.

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Weekly Roundup – Special Edition – RTC North America 2016

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Another RTC North America has come and gone, and as per usual, it was a blur!

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RTC Roundup – North America 2016 Edition – Top 10 Tweets

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Of #RTCNA – 2016 Edition

One of the things I love about RTC events is the community and their love of Twitter. Even if you aren’t at the event you feel like you’re there because of the play-by-play you get on Twitter. In honor of this, I have put together my Top 10 Tweets and Twitter Threads from RTCNA 2016.

Just a quick word of warning, for a post about 10 tweets it is really, REALLY long! (but totally worth the read)

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When does 22 = 4? Why At Autodesk University 2016 of Course

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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.

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RTC NA 2016 – Scottsdale here I come! (or should I say Phoenix?)

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This year RTC NA (Revit Technology Conference North America) is taking place in the middle of July in Arizona some place between Phoenix and Scottsdale……..did you say you like it hot! Once again this year I have the honor of being selected to present two sessions.

One session is an updated, full length version of one of my sessions from last year about Revit Add-ins.

The other session is my first Lab, about the Dynamo workflow for those new or non-dynamo users.

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