Autodesk University
Pre-conference Session    CBW227908
Computational BIM Workshop: Developer, General Session
Michael Kirschner
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Description

Ever felt like you wanted Dynamo to do more? And custom nodes, python, zero-touch, and nodeModel-derived UI nodes not enough? Maybe you want to create another window to track workspace utilization? Or you want to create a drawing tool inside of Dynamo? If you know the feeling, you may be interested in learning about extensions in Dynamo! Come join us for the first AU Dynamo Developer workshop focused on extensions, a development tool that allows you to extend Dynamo beyond what is offered out-of-the-box and create your own custom functionality and features that leverage the Dynamo API. You will be taught extension basics during the first part of the workshop, and then in the second part get a chance to learn, collaborate, and exchange ideas with other Dynamo community members on a focused extension topic.

Please ensure that you have the following as we will hit the ground running from the minute we start the workshop:
• Bring your own laptop that has Visual Studio 2015 installed prior to the workshop
• On the laptop mentioned above, have Dynamo Studio and/or Dynamo Revit installed prior to the workshop
• Preferably have Dynamo C# Zero-Touch node development experience
• Preferably have built Dynamo Core from source
Preferably have some basic knowledge of WPF

Key Learnings

  • Discover Dynamo Extension basics
  • Collaborate with other Dynamo developers
  • Discover ways to extend Dynamo beyond its “out of the box” functionality
  • Build community

Speakers


 Michael Kirschner
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Racel Williams is a Senior UX Designer with a B.S. in Marketing from the University of Florida and Master’s degrees in Architecture and Human-Computer Interaction from Georgia Tech where her research focus was Augmented Reality and Tangible Interaction.  As a Research Scientist at Georgia Tech, her role was to design, implement, and test AR and Tangible prototypes. In 2013, she joined Autodesk as an intern where she carried over her academic experience to design, implement, and test a mobile AR prototype for in-situ annotation and visualization. She now is a Product Owner/User Experience Designer for Dynamo, an open-source visual scripting program, that allows customers to generate algorithms to create geometry, automate tasks, and even control robots, without needing to know how to code.
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