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Industry Talk    SD9662
Creating Professional Plug-ins for Autodesk Exchange Store
Fernando Malard
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Description

This class will explain how developers can create stable, successful, useful, and professional-looking plug-ins for the Autodesk Exchange store. We will explore basic elements, such as well-designed icons, friendly dialogs, and consistent user feedback and support. Finally, we will explain the Autodesk Exchange store publishing workflow, and we will cover a few tricks about how to market your plug-in.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to create good-looking and professional plug-ins
  • Discover the Autodesk Exchange Store market
  • Discover how important it is to take care of small details
  • Learn how to improve the design and capabilities of your plug-ins

Speakers

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Fernando Malard is a civil engineer who has worked with AutoCAD software and ObjectARX technology since 1996 and with Revit software since 2009. He has also been an Autodesk Developer Network member since 1997. He has worked on several AutoCAD and Revit software applications for civil engineering, architecture, interior design, and geographic information system using ObjectARX technology, C++, Microsoft .NET, JavaScript, Cocoa, databases, and Forge Platform. Malard has had extensive experience teaching AutoCAD software, Revit software, C++, Microsoft Foundation Class, Microsoft .NET, and ObjectARX technology over the last years. Today he continues to apply his skills to the design and implementation of complex industry solutions in desktop, web, and cloud environments. Malard has also worked with Autodesk, Inc., user communities, and he maintains a blog about ObjectARX technology. He holds a master’s degree in structural engineering from the Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil.
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