Tuesday, November 29, 2011

AU Virtual 2011 today

If you haven’t yet signed up on the free AU Virtual 2011 there is still time. Today more than 150 more classes goes live.

Among the classes is Autodesk® Network License Manager that I’ve put together. To find it visit AU Virtual 2011, sign up and search for “license” or “Autodesk® Network License Manager” to quickly find it.

Do I need to watch virtual classes at a certain time or reserve a space?
No. For AU Virtual 2011, all classes will be available on demand. No reservations are necessary, and you can view the class anytime after it is made available.

Here are more classes available at AU Virtual 2011:

  • 24/7 on 6 Continents: 1 Ford, 1 Team, 1 Goal = 1 CAD Standard
  • 45 Autodesk® Revit® Tips in 45 Minutes
  • A Crash Course in AutoCAD® for Mac®
  • Add Needed Information to an Autodesk® Revit® Structure Schedule in 45 Minutes
  • AEC Team Collaboration with Project Bluestreak
  • Affordable Training Alternatives: Virtual CADLearning™ Centers
  • All in the Family: Creating Parametric Components in Autodesk® Revit®
  • An Overview of Cloud Computing
  • Animation of Autodesk® Inventor® Assemblies Using Autodesk 3ds Max® Design
  • Applying the Top 10 New Features and Functions in AutoCAD® 2012
  • Are You STILL Not Using AutoCAD® Civil 3D®?
  • Are Your Buildings Floating in the Air? Site Work in Autodesk® Revit®: Piece of Cake!
  • AutoCAD LT® Tips and Tricks
  • AutoCAD® Certification Preparation, Part 1
  • AutoCAD® Certification Preparation, Part 2
  • AutoCAD® Civil 3D®: Workflow for Visualization Using Civil View and Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design
  • AutoCAD® Map 3D Functionality in AutoCAD Civil 3D®: How to Use Geospatial Data in Civil 3D
  • Autodesk® 3ds Max® Certification Preparation, Part 1
  • Autodesk® 3ds Max® Certification Preparation, Part 2
  • Autodesk® Digital STEAM Workshop
  • Autodesk® Inventor® iLogic™ Made Simple
  • Autodesk® MapGuide® Assists Australia's National Telecommunication Carrier after Natural Disasters
  • Autodesk® Maya® Certification Preparation, Part 1
  • Autodesk® Maya® Certification Preparation, Part 2
  • Autodesk® Network License Manager
  • Autodesk® Revit® 2012: Compatibilización de Disciplinas
  • Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Certification Preparation, Part 1
  • Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Certification Preparation, Part 2
  • Autodesk® Revit® MEP: Classy Construction Documents
  • Autodesk® Revit® MEP: Create MEP Systems Like a Mad Man
  • Autodesk® Revit® MEP: Not Enough Content—What is the Problem Again?
  • Autodesk® Revit® Rendering Tips You Can Use
  • Automating Autodesk® Revit® Server
  • Be a Hit: Work on your A.I.M. with Autodesk® Infrastructure Modeler 2012
  • Become an Autodesk® WikiHelp Wizard
  • Best Practices for Add-In Programming and Design Patterns Applied to the Autodesk® Inventor® API
  • Better Infrastructure Planning with AutoCAD® Map 3D
  • BIM for Infrastructure: Show Me the Money!
  • BIM for Interiors: Making Autodesk® Revit® Work for You
  • Capitalize on Corridor Improvements in AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2012
  • Change How You Access Your Autodesk® Vault Data with Vault Links
  • Civil 3D Survey: What Is Behind the Curtain?
  • Conflation or Deflation: Tips for Conflating Your Data to Another Landbase
  • Connecting the "I" in BIM: Leveraging Information in Autodesk® Revit®
  • Connecting the Dots: Implementing Autodesk® Revit® Server for Multi-Firm Collaboration
  • Converting Existing Piping Specs
  • Converting Subdivision Surface (SubD) Models into CAD Models: Autodesk® 3ds Max® to Inventor®
  • Create a Geneva Mechanism with Autodesk® Inventor® 2011
  • Creating 3D Primitives and Composites in AutoCAD®
  • Creating Custom Autodesk® Vault Report Templates
  • CUIs for Everyone
  • Design Charrettes in Wood Construction: The New Preconstruction Meeting
  • Design Process Improvement with Fast, Inexpensive 3D Printing
  • Design Visualization 101: Making the Most of the Autodesk® Product Design Suite
  • Design Visualization with Autodesk® Alias®, Part 1
  • Design Visualization with Autodesk® Alias®, Part 2
  • Design Visualization: From Concept to Reality
  • Did Somebody Say CONTENT? Creating and Editing Electrical Content for Autodesk® Revit® MEP
  • Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff: Make Received Drawings Conform to Your AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Standards
  • DWG™ to the Cloud and Back
  • Efficiently Find the Information You Want Using the Autodesk® Revit® API
  • Electrical BIM: Beyond 3D
  • Engineering to Order: Substation Design Process—High Potential by Using a 3D Model
  • Everything in Place with Autodesk® Revit® MEP Programming
  • Evolution of Utility Workflow
  • Extensions for Autodesk® Revit® Structure 2012 for the Precast Concrete Industry
  • FDO 2.0: The Magic Grows
  • Fiber-Reinforced Injection-Molded Plastic Parts: Efficient Calculation and Lifetime Prediction
  • For Educators: Simple Steps into Autodesk® Inventor® and More
  • From Concept to Published Document: Tips for Working Effectively with Autodesk® Inventor® Publisher
  • Furniture Modeling in Autodesk® 3ds Max®
  • Getting Started with Autodesk® Vault Programming, Part 1
  • Getting Started with Autodesk® Vault Programming, Part 2
  • Go-Go Gadget Mobile
  • Going on the Road with HP Mobile Workstations
  • Got Discipline? Managing a Multiple-Model, Multiple-Discipline Project
  • Handy Nanny to the Rescue
  • How to Teach Autodesk® Revit® Effectively: Reflections on Two Years of Teaching BIM at Hong Kong University
  • I’m a Civil Engineer: Why Should I Care About GIS?
  • Improving Business Process Management to Facilitate Global Collaboration and Compliance
  • Incorporating Electronics into Product Assemblies Using Autodesk® Inventor®
  • Incredible AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Users: Prove Your Credibility with Civil 3D Certification, Part 1
  • Incredible AutoCAD® Civil 3D® Users: Prove your Credibility with Civil 3D Certification, Part 2
  • Instant Video Assistance within AutoCAD®
  • Integrated Electrode Design and Machining
  • Integrating Water Elements and Fountains into Architectural Renderings Using Particle Flow
  • IPD: Integrating my Project Design with Others—Let's Come Together Right Now!
  • Is That a Photograph? Architectural Photography for 3D Rendering
  • It's About Time: Migrating from AutoCAD® Land Desktop to AutoCAD Civil 3D®
  • Lean Manufacturing with Autodesk® Factory Design Suite
  • Loading It Up with Autodesk® Autoloader
  • Make Sense of Autodesk® Product Design Suite: How It All Works Together
  • Making Autodesk® Inventor® Work for Substation Design
  • Managing Construction Phase Revisions with Autodesk® Revit®
  • Managing Lifecycle States...from a Governor's Point of View
  • Mastering Metadata with Autodesk® Vault
  • Mastering the Skills: The Ultimate Autodesk® Certification Preparation Guide Revealed!
  • Mission Impossible? Corporate Standards Are Not a Myth: The Path
  • Modeling for Construction
  • Multi-Project Management with Autodesk® Vault and ATEC Project Base
  • Multithreading and Message Handling in Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF) Applications
  • New CAD = New Opportunity
  • Optimizing Digital Drawing Files and BIM Models for Measurement and Estimating
  • Physical and Digital Prototyping Belong Together
  • Point Clouds and Design: What Do I Do with All of These Points?
  • Practical Tips and Tricks for Autodesk® Revit® MEP That I Wish Someone Taught Me on Day 1
  • Principles of Hydraulic Analysis for Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems
  • Real Projects, Real Maths
  • Revitalizing a Mapping Solution with AutoCAD® Map 3D Enterprise
  • Rotary Wire EDM in Modern Manufacturing
  • Roundabout Design: A Better Workflow
  • Securing AutoCAD® IP in the in the Era of WikiLeaks
  • Show Me the Money! Impress Your Customers with Great Presentations for Manufacturing
  • Simplified 5-Axis Machining
  • Standardize Away Problems and Save! (Virtual)
  • Standards and Process and Vault, Oh My! Case Study of a CAD Modernization Project
  • Step Up and Get Certified in Autodesk® Inventor®, Part 1
  • Step Up and Get Certified in Autodesk® Inventor®, Part 2
  • Strategic Planning 101: The Basic Tools for Success
  • Surveying and Base Mapping Standards and Practices
  • Swept Path Analysis for AutoCAD® Civil 3D®
  • Taking the BIM Execution Plan Beyond a Spreadsheet
  • Tales from the Road: Five Years of Corridor Modeling Lessons Learned
  • The Compositing Power of Autodesk® 3ds Max®: Using Render Elements and the New 3ds Max Composite
  • The Deliverable Is in What? Paper Trails from Autodesk® Revit® to AutoCAD®
  • The Differences Between Us: How Generational Diversity Drives Technology Adoption and Learning
  • The Parametric Advantage: High-Value, Low-Investment Software Deployment
  • Tips and Tricks 2011: Getting Top Performance From Your Desktop and/or Laptop
  • Tips and Tricks for Autodesk® Revit® Graphic and Visualization Techniques to Make Your Drawings Look Great!
  • Tool Palettes: No Pain, Much Gain
  • Top 50 BIM Bugs and Things to Avoid
  • Turn All of Your Users Into Power Users (Virtual)
  • Use Autodesk® Revit® Structure Levels and Spot Elevations
  • Using Autodesk® 3ds Max® Design, Autodesk Revit®, and iray® to Render Compelling Photographic Scenes
  • Vault Integration for Sheet Set Manager in AutoCAD®
  • What the Heck is an API?
  • What's New in AutoCAD® Civil 3D® 2012?
  • Which Autodesk® Plant Design Suite is Right for You?
  • Wholly Sheets Batman! Plotting in AutoCAD® Civil 3D®
  • Why Use a Workstation?
  • Virtual Photography: Rendering Autodesk® Inventor® Designs Using Autodesk 3ds Max® Design and iray®
  • Wood Framing Level of Detail: How Far Should You Go?
  • Writing Your First Autodesk® Revit® Model Review Plug-In

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