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I was at the One Market office and now including a new Autodesk Gallery located along the Embarcadero looking directly at the historic landmark San Francisco Ferry Terminal with a 2nd floor view. We have many of our offices and teams located in the same One Market building. I was there for a customer design validation event looking at the future of AutoCAD and getting their feedback with the AutoCAD Product Design Team that was held in the new Autodesk Gallery in the most high tech training room I have ever seen. We had high tech walls and even 4 high definition projectors. The view looking out the front windows is priceless and beautiful. You can see down the waterfront, the Ferry Terminal, and the Bay Bridge all from the location of the Design Gallery.
Kean Through the Interface posted part 2 of his 4 part series of an interview of Autodesk founder John Walker hits on the AutoCAD software architecture, APIs, UNIX, LISP, and more.
The AUGIWorld magazine is just like AUGI membership, free and full of great benefits. The new issue is out and packed with wholesome goodness to assist you in your job using Autodesk products,
AU Beat: Meet "Hollywood's Best Kept Secret" The AU Beat is a collection of podcasts “audio” files you can listen to regarding Autodesk University 2008 and what will be occurring by some of those participating. Also check out the BLAUG which is the blog of AU by Joseph Wurcher aka “Mr. AU”. Two weeks ago I got the opportunity to once again visit Eddie Paul in his shop in El Segundo California. Why not just fire up the recorder and...
Not by bicycle or hiking, but by plane basically around the world. I have quite a lineup this fall for trips to customer events like 3 Autodesk Universities (Shanghai, Tokyo, Las Vegas), A trip to Istanbul, Kuwait, and Dubai and a trip to Kansas City. Of course I cannot fly non-stop to most locations and go through cities in transit like Seoul Korea, Paris, and Bahrain.
My coworker a top notch developer, and also a fellow blogger (Through the Interface) Kean Walmsley just figured out that the founder of Autodesk lives not too far from the Autodesk office in Switzerland. Kean lives in Switzerland. So he had a visit and interview with John Walker, which for anyone is a treat and experience of a lifetime.
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