This followup session to the class An In-Depth Look at the AutoCAD® App Autoloader Module provides the opportunity for the kind of detailed information that can be acquired from a more direct roundtable discussion.
Those who want detailed information on how to create apps for the Autodesk® Exchange App store or those who want an easy way to deploy their in-house applications or custom setups
Fenton has been a member of the Autodesk DevTech team since 2000. Originally a member of the EMEA Team, he relocated to California to work for DevTech Americas. Fenton is an expert in all the AutoCAD® APIs, AutoCAD OEM, RealDWG®, AutoCAD Revit® and AutoCAD Plant 3D®. He particularly enjoys traveling to evangelize the APIs he supports at the Autodesk annual Developer Days conferences.Before joining Autodesk, Fenton worked for an ADN partner developing ObjectARX® applications in the civil and structural engineering domain.
The class offers an in-depth look at the AutoCAD App Autoloader module. Learn about its concepts and how to use it, then join the roundtable session that accompanies this class to get answers to your questions and view demonstrations.
In a recent survey, the number 1 question asked by Autodesk University attendees was What hardware do I need for my Autodesk® applications? Determining the right computer hardware for running Autodesk applications is critical to getting the best performance and productivity for your company. In this class, we discuss considerations for making the best IT decisions, whether you are using a single application or multiple applications within one of the Autodesk® design and creation suites. We show you how to measure performance and optimize your systems based on results. We also share an introduction to cloud, virtualization, GPGPU (combined CPU and graphics processor computing), and mobility technology trends and discuss their real-world implications for your business.