Asset 12 Asset 10 Asset 11 autodesk_icon_font_1_18_17_start_over-01

Keyboard ALT + g to toggle grid overlay

Augusto Goncalves

SD124063: Revit API Expert Roundtable: Open House on the Factory Floor

(Duration 01:03:01)

  • Save to my AU Saved

Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Get answers to Revit programming questions that are bugging you
  • Meet and make yourself heard to the Revit Development Team and developer support experts
  • Discuss your needs, wishes, and solutions with Autodesk employees and your peers
  • Gain a first-hand impression of the current hot Revit API issues

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Interact with a panel of Revit API experts to answer your questions and discuss all relevant topics of your choice. For anyone writing add-ins for Revit software, this is the perfect forum to better get to know the people who shape the APIs you work with and explain your views, ideas, and problems face to face. Please note that prior .NET programming and Revit add-in development experience is required. This class is not suitable for beginners.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Experienced Revit add-in developer

Speakers

Speakers

Augusto Goncalves

Augusto Goncalves has been an API evangelist at Autodesk, Inc., since 2008. He works with all sorts of technologies, from classic desktop to modern mobile and web platforms, including .NET for AutoCAD software and Revit software, and JavaScript application programming interface for NodeJS.

Rahul Bhobe

Rahul Bhobe is a Principal Software Developer for Revit at Autodesk. He holds a B. Tech degree in Naval Architecture from IIT Madras and a masters degree in Software Systems. He has been with Autodesk for 9 years working on several features of Revit. Currently he is working on providing cloud services/solutions for Revit.In 2008, he started working on Revit Conceptual Modeling design where he implemented Adaptive Components, Point Elements and Divided Surface. He has then worked on several Revit features like Family, Groups, Links and Worksharing. Prior to Autodesk, he had 8 years of CAD/CAM development experience.

Diane Christoforo

Diane Christoforo has been a software developer at Autodesk for twelve years. She graduated with a degree in computer science from MIT in 2005. She has worked on a variety of aspects of Autodesk Revit, including linked files, Autodesk Revit eTransmit, the API, and shared coordinates. She square dances in her spare time.

Sasha Crotty

Sasha Crotty joined Autodesk, Inc., in 2005 as a developer for Revit Structure software. She went on to lead the Revit Structure Development Team before switching gears into product management. As the Revit Core product manager, she is responsible for the direction and evolution of Revit's multi-disciplinary tools, performance, and the API. Sasha holds a BA in Architecture and a BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley, as well as an MBA from Boston University. In her spare time Sasha enjoys growing miniature orchids and traveling around the world.

Miroslav Schonauer

Miro has extensive combined engineering and IT background, with a Dipl.Ing. in Civil and Structural Engineering (Split, Croatia), PhD. in Numerical Methods in Engineering (Swansea, Wales) and 30 years’ experience in commercial engineering software design, development and customization. He's been with Autodesk for over 17 years, initially as Developer Consulting Specialist and currently as Solutions/Software Architect with Autodesk Consulting. His specialty have always been APIs for all Autodesk® AEC and BIM products, a topic on which he has conducted numerous training sessions, given many conference talks and provided direct technical support. For the last 11 years, he's been applying combined API, products, industry, methodologies and process analyses knowledge to architecting and developing consulting solutions that extend the functionality of Autodesk BIM/AEC products and integrate them within various specific customer workflows, processes and solutions.

Boris Shafiro

Boris Shafiro holds Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University. He was an early member of the Revit startup team and joined Autodesk in 2002 through the acquisition. He worked as Principal Software Engineer and then Dev Manager in several areas of Revit development, including views, annotations, families, geometry, interoperability and API. He taught multiple classes on Revit API for ADN members. Currently he is a Team Manager, Scrum Master and the facilitator of Revit API Guild.

Angel Velez

Angel Velez is a Senior Principal Engineer at Autodesk, Inc. In 1992, he graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with BS degrees in computer science and mathematics, and he graduated from Stanford University with a master's degree in computer science in 1994. After working in the mechanical CAD industry for 5 years, he joined Charles River Software in 1999 to work on a project that eventually became known as Revit. Since 2004, Angel has been working primarily on connected workflows and interoperability issues, concentrating on Industry Foundation Classes (IFC).For the last 3 years, Angel has been the team leader of the Revit "Protractors" team, which concentrates on connected workflows and Revit core geometry.

Keith White

Keith White is an experienced architect and software developer with over 20 years of experience in building design and construction, and a passion for Building Information Modeling (BIM). Currently, Keith is a technical consultant with Autodesk Consulting, developing solutions for customers in AutoCAD, Revit and Navisworks desktop software and Autodesk cloud services such as Glue, Field, and the Forge Platform. Prior to joining Autodesk, Inc. in 2015, Keith developed custom solutions for the precast concrete industry in Revit software. He was also a partner in an architecture firm, where he worked for 12 years on numerous architectural projects and project types in addition to his roles in CAD/BIM/IT management, training, and the leading of firm-wide adoption of technology strategies. In addition to his AEC experiences, Keith has also developed and taught classes for AutoCAD software and Revit software for the University of West Florida.

Related Classes

Related Classes

Tags

Published

  • 2017
  • SD124063
  • AU Las Vegas;

Software

  • Revit
  • A360
  • Revit Architecture
  • Collaboration for Revit

Industry

  • Software Development

Topics

  • Architecture Services
  • Software Development
  • Building Information Modeling