Do you like new challenges? Do you like exploring where no one has gone before? Are you tired of the same old customization techniques? This is the class for you. Expand your horizons and learn to develop in Microsoft Visual Studio and Microsoft .NET. Most of us know how to customize in LISP, so as a way to ease into .NET, this class will focus on developing .NET functions that are exposed to LISP. Even if you are a LISP programmer who has been scared to make the jumpcome on in, the water's fine. The topics covered in this class are also covered in the new forum called AUGI Bridging the Gap, so you will have a place to hang out afterward and craft your skills.
- Learn as a LISP programmer how to develop in Microsoft .NET
- Learn how to solve new programming challenges
- Explore a new world of AutoCAD software customization
- Have fun
Peter Jamtgaard has 28 years of experience running and automating AutoCAD software in a multidiscipline environment, and he now focuses on engineering workflow automation consulting. His current position is senior engineer and principal for Jamtgaard Structural Engineering and AutomateCAD. He has served as the vice president of the AUGI Board of Directors and is a registered Autodesk, Inc., developer. He holds a master's degree in structural engineering and a bachelor's degree in civil and environmental engineering, and he is a licensed professional, civil, and structural engineer.