A panel of expert AutoCAD programmers take 10 programming questions from the audience, solve the problems, and present the solutions.
- Have fun
- Describe new, advanced tricks for customizing AutoCAD
- Describe advanced programming techniques
- Explain advanced features of AutoCAD
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.
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.
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 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.