Here we are again on the eve (nearly) of AU2008. I am proud to tell you that with all of your help (well those who voted) 3 of the 3 sessions I submitted were voted in for AU Unplugged.
The sessions I am running are:
The Promise of BIM Wednesday 4:00 - 4:50 pm
Transition & Transform: From CAD Users to Revit Superstar Thursday 1:00 - 1:50 pm
Revit: What If??? Thursday 4:00 - 4:50 pm
These will be in the Venetian's Casanova 603, 604 & 606 Rooms... Ohhh Plush!!! I'll update this when I get the location for my sessions...they won't be hard to find though!!!
Based on last year's response to the Unplugged session I ran we are expecting great results and direction for future Revit development. ADSK will be listening (and in the rooms I believe) so these are expected to be very useful, insightful and a great place to formulate our ideas into a cohesive approach to get more and more product development based on our real-world needs...Imagine...
I hope to see all of you (who are going) in Vegas!!!
Here are a few (other) links that I think may be useful:
AU Class List
AU (Show Guide) Jams
AU Pod Casts
The Gensler AU Program (See below)
AU Blog (BLAUG)
Useful Vegas Phone Numbers
Gamblers Anonymous (Vegas)
The following is an excerpt from an ADSK Email:
"The Gensler Program!
Each year, digital design leaders from Gensler travel to Autodesk University from around the world to share, learn, and network with each other and their colleagues. This year, for the first time, Gensler will share its projects, delivery methods, and best practices with other AU 2008 attendees.
The program content is focused on design leadership and innovation within collaborative AEC teams. The digital transformation of the AEC industry demands new methods of knowledge sharing, collaboration, and process integration among designers, engineers, builders and owners. Gensler’s approach is intended to accelerate this industry transformation.
At AU 2008, all participants are invited to enroll in one or more of Gensler’s offerings.
Gensler is a global architecture, design, planning and consulting firm with 3,200 design professionals in 30 offices and projects in 70 countries. The firm’s work reflects a broad and deep commitment to sustainable design and the belief that design is a powerful strategic tool for transforming organizations and enhancing the lives of individuals and communities. Gensler has been ranked #1 among architecture and interiors firms by World Architecture, Architectural Record, Building Design & Construction, ENR, and Interior Design magazines."
Needless to say I will be involved (and have been) with some of these presentations, as are a whole bunch of us at the red G... This should be an exciting day of eye opening BIMtopianism...