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Chris Benner

DP15338: Getting To Know You – A Guide to Connecting With Peers in the Autodesk Community

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Navigate the Autodesk Community forums for your professional discipline.
  • Effectively communicate with professional peers on a variety of topics.
  • Share your own knowledge with others in your field.
  • Find or receive answers to product related questions.

Materials

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Description

Description

The Autodesk Community helps users connect with others in their industry to share ideas, learn about new design techniques and tools, and make new professional connections. With the Autodesk Forums, Autodesk Knowledge Network, Autodesk Blogs, user blogs and many social media sites, this community can be a great tool for helping you become more successful in your career. This session will focus on the value of this powerful resource to users in any industry, and across the spectrum of Autodesk products. It will also present some tips on how to get the most value from the community. So, join us for a fun, enlightening and interactive session presented by the Autodesk Community and your Expert Elites.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Engineers, Designers, artists, developers. Anyone using Autodesk products in thier professional career or personla life who want to know how to connect with other with the same interests.

Speakers

Speakers

Chris Benner

Chris Benner is the CAD department supervisor at Powell Fabrication & Manufacturing in St. Louis, Missouri. He has been working as a mechanical designer and drafter for more than 20 years, using Autodesk, Inc., products for the majority of that time. For the last several years, he has been the lead CAD technician and Vault software administrator at Powell Fab, integrating it with Inventor software, AutoCAD software, and AutoCAD Electrical software. He has been implementing changes to the company’s document-management procedures using Vault Professional software as the main system for lifecycle and revision control, and he has been engineering change orders to control all drawing changes. Benner was inducted in the first class of Autodesk Expert Elites for his activity on the Autodesk discussion forums and social media, and for his CAD Tips, Tricks & Workarounds blog.

Philip Schmelzer

Chris Benner is the CAD department supervisor at Powell Fabrication & Manufacturing in St. Louis, Missouri. He has been working as a mechanical designer and drafter for more than 20 years, using Autodesk, Inc., products for the majority of that time. For the last several years, he has been the lead CAD technician and Vault software administrator at Powell Fab, integrating it with Inventor software, AutoCAD software, and AutoCAD Electrical software. He has been implementing changes to the company’s documentmanagement procedures using Vault Professional software as the main system for lifecycle and revision control, and he has been engineering change orders to control all drawing changes. Benner was inducted in the first class of Autodesk Expert Elites for his activity on the Autodesk discussion forums and social media, and for his CAD Tips, Tricks & Workarounds blog.

Joe Travis

Joe has been with Autodesk over 17 years. His background in geospatial technology is the foundation for his experience in technical sales, marketing and product management. Joe continues to evovle his career with a focus on the Autodesk Knowledge Network.

Tags

Published

  • 2016
  • DP15338
  • AU Las Vegas

Industries

  • Consumer Products
  • General Media & Entertainment

Topics

  • Learning and Development Practice