Autodesk University – Day 2
Hard to believe it is already December 1st and the second day of AU! It was a good day today at AU. I began the morning with Robert manna and Zach Kron’s Au Bon Panel: Baking Your Own Adaptive Components and Panels with Autodesk® Revit® Architecture. This was a hands-on lab where we got to build curtain panel families and adaptive components in the Conceptual Modeling Environment in Revit. Good class. They covered a lot of ground in a short time. Congratulations on the new baby Robert. I also attended Revit® Interiors: Thinking Outside the Box, Inside the Building by Amber White and Jacalyn Pollock. They are co-workers and showed how they have used Revit on many interiors projects in their firm. Pretty interesting stuff. I also taught two classes today. Another “ask the experts” with my three co-authors Darryl, Gregg and Martin and an AutoCAD Architecture class on sections and elevations.
Tonight I will be at the Cadalyst booth 309 at the beer bust in the exhibit hall at 7:30. Hope to see some of you there.