Autodesk University Russia Revisited

Hello!

For anyone who might be interested, I was given a link to my presentation at Autodesk University as a You Tube Video.  If only I had known they were taping it!  Anyway, the video is in English, but the slides are in Russian.  This is the same class I will be giving in Las Vegas in a few weeks, minus the videos.  At the Vegas class I plan to do live demos.  There were too many glitches with the videos in the slide show.  So, for what it’s worth, here is the video:

Enjoy!

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2 comments on “Autodesk University Russia Revisited
  1. Hi Chris, do you know if the presentation you gave at AU Las Vegas was recorded and if so, when will it be available to watch?
    I’m very interested in seeing that class.

    Best Regards,
    Neil

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    • cgbenner says:

      Neil, I don’t think my class was video taped. The handout and presentation are available on the AU website for download. You didn’t miss much, lesson learned… next year no LIVE demos!

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