We all know we can read and write an AutoCAD® DWG™ file without loading it into the AutoCAD editor. This increases the speed with which we can batch process AutoCAD files. If we go to the core of AutoCAD, however, we can process more files and do it faster than ever before. How do we do this? That is the question this class answers. See code. See code run. See code run fast. See code run faster. It's time to get to the core!
- Describe what the AutoCAD core is
- Make use of the core
- Properly handle core issues
- Benchmark core performance compared to other development options
Jerry Winters has taught at nearly every U.S.-based Autodesk University over the past 17 years primarily on topics of AutoCAD software customization using Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and VB.NET. He brings a unique blend of education and entertainment as he tackles what would otherwise be a dry topic. And while he reserves the week before Thanksgiving for meeting with and enjoying the company of his Autodesk friends, the rest of the year is spent with his beautiful wife of 26 years and his 9 (yes, that's 9) children in rural Lake Point, Utah, where they are occasionally found singing at community events and senior centers.