Monday, July 30, 2007

AU2007 Preliminary Schedules released

Well the AU (Autodesk University) machine is about to ramp up...

Joeseph Wurcher has just posted in his blog the preliminary course schedules for AU2007 - but requests your assistance...

This year, we will offer sessions at the same time as the General Session. Those offered at the same time as the General Session will be repeated during AU— in a sense, it frees up one slot for attendees who are interested in those particular repeat sessions. The AU core team made the decision today to offer those additional 20. Those classes do not show up in the schedule yet. I would like your point of view on this plan. Does it make sense to you to offer classes at the same time as the General Session? Let me hear from you!

— Joseph

And for us Revit users there's some great cousres being offerred... it’s time to get your justification together, if you haven’t already, to attend the best Autodesk user event on the planet.

So when and where is AU2007 - 15th Annual Autodesk University

November 27 – 30, 2007

The Venetian Resort Hotel

Las Vegas, U.S.A.

See you there!!!

Monday, July 16, 2007

Revit Technology Conference 2007

This just received via an email from Wesley Benn, RTC & RUGS (Revit User Group Sydney) Chairman

The Revit Technology Conference is an annual event designed to cater to the needs of the Revit-based CAD community. Founded and run by users of the software, RTC is the pre-eminent educational and networking event for users throughout the SE Asian region. This year the team is coming to you! We are embarking on a series of one day seminars held in 6 cities designed to entice, enrich, and enliven your worklife (FDA approval pending...).

The Conference program will specifically look at User Interface, Modelling, Documentation and Collaboration. These sessions are designed to provide users at all levels ideas to take back to work with them to improve workflow, efficiency, and effectiveness.

The Roadshow will focus on tips and tricks, best practices, and undocumented features within each broad subject area. These sessions are not intended to be tool by tool training, but rather an opportunity to show existing users how to improve their user experience, and new users what they can achieve using Revit. The sessions will discuss and be relevant to all versions of Revit (Architecture, Structure, MEP), and cover information valuable to all experience levels.

You can pre-register your interest for the RTC Roadshow at this link...

I do hope that we will get to see many more of you in person than has previously been the case, and that this roadshow drives the conference series, and the community, on to bigger and better things in the future.

Remember to diarize the date for Adelaide leg:

Adelaide Wednesday
29 August

Hyatt Regency
North Terrace
Adelaide, South Australia

9am - 5.30pm

See you all there!