Autodesk University
AutoCAD® Programming Gurus Go Head to Head
Panel; Technical Features; Tips and Tricks; Programming Concepts    CP3941
Peter Jamtgaard, R. Robert Bell
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Description

A panel of expert AutoCAD programmers take 10 programming questions from the audience, solve the problems, and present the solutions.

Key Learnings

  • Have fun
  • Describe new, advanced tricks for customizing AutoCAD
  • Describe advanced programming techniques
  • Explain advanced features of AutoCAD

Speakers


 Peter Jamtgaard
Peter Jamtgaard
Peter has 26 years of experience running AutoCAD® in a multidiscipline environment, and is now focused on heavy steel construction and structural engineering. His current position is principle at Jamtgaard Structural Engineering, LLC. He is the current AUGI® vice president, is serving on the AUGI Board of Directors, and is a registered Autodesk® developer. Peter has been programming AutoCAD for 26 years with AutoLISP®, Visual LISP®, and .NET. He holds a masters degree in structural engineering and is a licensed structural and professional engineer.
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Robert is the Design Technology Manager for Sparling, a specialty electrical engineering and technology consulting firm in the United States, headquartered in Seattle Washington. He provides strategic direction, technical oversight, and high-level support for Sparling’s enterprise design and production technology systems. He is instrumental in positioning Sparling as an industry and client leader in leveraging technology in virtual building and design.
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 Scott McFarlane
Scott McFarlane
Scott is senior software engineer for the Infrastructure service line at Woolpert, Inc. He specializes in custom database applications that use Autodesk® software in the AEC, FM and GIS industries. He has more than 30 years of programming experience, and has been developing for Autodesk® platforms since 1986. He is the author of AutoCAD Database Connectivity from Autodesk Press, as well as several articles. Scott has attended every AU, and has been a speaker since 1996. He also served two two-year terms on the AUGI® Board of Directors.

 Kean Walmsley
Kean Walmsley
Kean has been with Autodesk since 1995, working for most of that time in a variety of roles – and in a number of different countries – for the Autodesk Developer Network organization. Kean’s current role is Software Architect for the AutoCAD family of products, and he continues to write regular posts for his popular development-oriented blog, “Through the Interface” (http://blogs.autodesk.com/through-the-interface). Kean currently lives and works in Switzerland.

 Jerry Winters
Jerry Winters

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