Autodesk University
Industry talk    SD16837
From Desktop to the Cloud with Forge Platform
Fernando Malard
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Description

This class will introduce the Forge platform from the perspective of an early adopter – starting with business aspects, paradigm shift, cloud concepts, and the future of Autodesk cloud platform strategy. We will cover some of the technical challenges with web programming from the perspective of someone migrating from a desktop programming environment to the cloud, and discuss how to overcome them. We will then walk through some simple yet representative code samples helping you to get started with the Forge platform through the Viewer, Model Derivative API and Design Automation APIs. This session features Forge. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Understand web paradigms and challenges
  • Learn how to efficiently move to the cloud
  • Explore Forge Platform
  • Learn how to use View and Data API and AutoCAD I/O services

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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