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Mark Thorley

AULON49154: Exploring the Dynamo API with C#

(Duration 52:40)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn about the Dynamo API
  • Learn about Classes within C#
  • Learn about Methods and Properties in C#
  • Learn about real use cases and applications

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

This class will demonstrate how to explore the Dynamo API through Visual Studio and C#. Learn how to navigate the core libraries, understanding the difference between methods and properties within classes, and how to build simple commands. Much like the Revit API, understanding the application of the Dynamo API can open up further opportunities for future development. Finally, learn about some of the potential use cases of its application and see some real world examples of this.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Architect, BIM/VDC Manager, Programmer / Software Engineer, Structural Engineer, Student, Technical Consultant, Technology Manager

Speakers

Speakers

Mark Thorley

Mark Thorley brings a vast amount of knowledge and experience to various stages of work in both the process and delivery of BIM. Mark's skillset has led him to be one of the leaders in computation and tools such as Dynamo. Over the past few years he has amassed a collection of processes that improve current workflows and save hours of time on repetitive work. As a fully qualified architectural technologist, Mark has worked in managerial BIM and computational roles for the last 8 years for companies such as Aecom, Grimshaw, and Spacezero, delivering iconic projects such as the Al Wakrah Stadium Precinct, for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar. In 2016 he co-founded his own computational BIM consultancy. Working with leading organisations in the building industry, he has designed strategies, software, and workflows that help utilise building data and create efficiencies through automation of design and production.

Tags

Published

  • 2018
  • AULON49154
  • AU London

Industry

  • Software Development

Topics

  • Architecture Services, Building Information Modeling (BIM), CAD Management and IT, Software Development