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Thursday, April 15, 2010

Class Allocations for AU 2010: A Sneak Peek (at the end of AutoCAD)

 So, you want to take a snapshot of the technology you and your peers use.  How do you do it?  Is there really any way?  Well, I think there is.  It's the number of classes scheduled at AU for each product or industry.

So, let's take a look.  45 classes for AutoCAD.  If you just comibine MEP, Structural and Construction, that's 70.  That doesn't included all of the Revit classes.  Game over.  The majority of classes are now based on BIM.  Why, after 28 years, you still need 45 classes on AutoCAD really goes to show how freakin' complicated it is.  It's just sad you don't all just me to Revit tomorrow.


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Each year the AU team decides how many classes in each track will be offered at the next AU conference in
Las Vegas and now, AU Virtual as well. If you are curious about how many classes we plan to have for each track (far left column) and what types of classes they will be (Lectures, Labs, AU Virtual, Unconference, and Product Clinics), look no further. Here’s a summary of this year’s allocations, hot off the press:
2010_class_allocations
Table Legend:
Classes = Lectures
Labs = Hands-on labs
Virtual = AU Virtual classes
unConf = Unconference sessions
PC = Product Clinics

By the way, as of today, we’ve already received 145 proposals! Here’s an up-to-the minute graph that shows class proposal submissions by track:
submissions_by_track
We’re looking forward to seeing your creative ideas and exciting new topics for this year’s AU 2010. Just a reminder that the deadline for proposals is May 14. It will be here before you know it!

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