I was hoping to get this post out as my last for 2012, to draw a line under the year and its events, but I missed the boat. There is a lot of information about Autodesk University 2012 out in the ether, mostly in the form of individual posts and articles. Rather than generate yet more garble on the topic, I thought I’d bring a few of the existing posts together here. If you have no idea what AU is about, or you have been attending virtually and wondered what the actual event is like, or you couldn’t make it this year, or maybe you just had too many late nights when you were there, there is bound to be something in the following links for you.
Let’s start with some entertaining reading over at Shaan Hurley’s blog – Between the lines:
There’s quite a few posts from Scott Sheppard over at It’s Alive in the Lab:
And there are the comprehensive articles from AECbytes:
As well as some from Cadalyst:
There are a load of posts, many live from AU, over at Shaun Farrell’s blog – PPT Practitioner
If you were wondering about the setting or the daily commute when you are there, then check out David Light’s AU2012 video + sound
And finally a good post from Luke’s What Revit Wants blog which hints at the plethora of tweets this year (#AU2012).
There are plenty more where that came from, but I’m sure that gives you enough of an insight to get a flavour of the event. As mentioned on numerous occasions, access to resources like AU really does lead to a betterRevit for all!
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