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  • Key Learning

    • Recognize the importance of learning VB.NET, and know where to go to gain that knowledge
    • Learn how to capitalize on the Inventor API Help to transfer VB.NET skills to the Inventor API
    • Learn how to debug programs directly within the iLogic interface using a debug viewer
    • Learn how to identify and utilize resources available for advancing your programming knowledge
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  • JC Malitzke (2016)

    Create Compelling 2D Sections, Details, and Auxiliary Views from AutoCAD 3D Models

    • AutoCAD
    • AutoCAD 360
    • AutoCAD Mechanical

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to create drawing views of AutoCAD 3D models for drawing 2D sections and details
    • Learn how to create drawing views of AutoCAD 3D models for drawing 2D details
    • Learn how to edit 3D models and their 2D associated drawing views
    • Learn how to create undocumented Auxiliary Views from AutoCAD 3D models
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  • Scott Hendricks (2014)

    Item Creation Made Easy. Well. Kind Of.

    • Fabrication CADmep

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to manufacture specific items using the Makepat command
    • Understand the relationship between items and their product list, price list, labor cost, and product information tables
    • Understand effective practices with workflows for creating Fabrication software items
    • Learn how to leap tall buildings in a single bound
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  • Key Learning

    • Learn how to render an image in 3ds Max Design software using the mental ray engine's daylight system
    • Learn how to render a photorealistic image of an object in a studio setting
    • Learn how to load an HDRI image to use as lighting and background for your object
    • Learn how to adapt your scene for both the iray and mental ray rendering engines
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  • Key Learning

    • Learn about the creation of Autodesk deployments
    • Learn how to create scripts (CMD and batch files) to deploy add-ons
    • Learn about SCCM packages creation
    • Learn about software reports and deployment monitoring
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  • Mark Perrott (2014)

    Extending Autodesk Products Like a Pro: A Crash Course in Software Development

    • AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit for Architects

    Key Learning

    • Learn how to apply modern techniques to maintain and back up scripts and source code
    • Understand the fundamentals of the software development lifecycle
    • Learn how to deploy additional tools to enable an easier coding workflow
    • Learn how to create and understand the value of automated tests
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  • Key Learning

    • Combine rendering engines for more advanced workflows
    • Describe the four native rendering engines and when to use each in production
    • Evaluate the pros and cons of each
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  • MIchael Best (2015)

    Old School Tools, the New School Cool—A Walk Down Scripting Lane Including Action Recorder

    • AutoCAD
    • AutoCAD Electrical
    • AutoCAD Mechanical

    Key Learning

    • Learn to write and run script files
    • Learn how, through automation, to reduce mouse clicks, keystrokes, and all strokes in general (including brain strokes)
    • Learn how to manipulate multiple files in a single pass
    • Learn how to create and use macros with Action Recorder
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  • Matthew Stachoni (2015)

    Revit Master Class: Building Construction-Ready Curtain Walls

    • Revit for Architects
    • 3ds Max

    Key Learning

    • Learn the intricacies of building curtain wall components and family types in Revit projects
    • Learn how to capitalize on manufacturer detail components to produce final-quality curtain walls earlier in the design process
    • Learn how to build flexible families for corrugated and standing seam wall systems
    • Learn how to capitalize on adaptive components for complex curtain wall layout
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  • david bentley (2012)

    Autodesk® SketchBook® Designer Through the Phases of Design

    • Autodesk SketchBook Designer
    • Autodesk Alias Products

    Key Learning

    • Describe rendering techniques for visual communication in SketchBook Designer
    • Take an initial design concept through clean rendering using SketchBook Designer curve tools
    • Design products with research, character, product constraints, and audience in mind
    • Break old habits by designing in new ways: silhouetting out designs, mirroring images, and custom brushes
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