For anyone who might be interested, Parallax Team will be participating in a panel discussion next Wednesday, March 24 at 11 PT (2 ET). It is being hosted by two Dynamo user groups- Dynamaniacs of Calgary (DoC) and Dynamaniacs of Edmonton (DoE).
The topic is on the “real” benefits of adopting and using Dynamo and coding within an AEC firm. We plan to talk a bit about FOREground, which is the site/landscape tool set that we have been developing for Revit. (more images and gifs can be found on twitter: https://twitter.com/landarchBIM)
Link below to register:
This past Wednesday was the deadline for submitting proposals for Autodesk University 2017. For the first time, Autodesk has introduced a voting process for all proposals, so anyone can go and vote on which proposals they would like to see at AU.
Here is the link to vote. And if you’re interested, here is my proposal:
Think Outside the Building: Practical Tips for Landscapes in Revit (plus Dynamo)
If anyone is interested in learning a bit more about my RTC Europe presentation, Revit Sites and Landscapes, I have decided to make the handout available.
So if you wanted to review anything that I covered or if you were not able to attend the session (or conference), I have updated the handout so that it now matches the final presentation.
In case you didn’t know or perhaps forgot, I will be speaking at RTC Europe in two weeks. This year’s conference is in Budapest, Hungary and is from October 29-31. It is not too late register, so if you want to see my speaking session, Revit Sites and Landscapes, go and register now.
I have been fairly busy these last few weeks getting my presentation together. Continue reading