December 2014

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December 17, 2014: Extracting code from blog posts using F# – Part 1
Comments: 0 | Categories: F# , HTML , Web/Tech
I mentioned some weeks ago that I was looking to automate the validation of a bunch of source files I have on disk before uploading them to GitHub. I decided to get started on that, this week, to see what...

December 15, 2014: Creating an associative fillet operation using ObjectARX
Comments: 0 | Categories: AutoCAD , Custom objects , Notification / Events , ObjectARX
This is really cool. Fellow architect on the AutoCAD team, Jiri Kripac – who originally wrote AutoCAD’s “AModeler” facet modeler and is the driving force behind AutoCAD’s Associative Framework – has written a really interesting ObjectARX sample to perform an...

December 11, 2014: AutoCAD 2015 APIs available via NuGet
Comments: 0 | Categories: AutoCAD , AutoCAD .NET , Visual Studio
We’ve received this request a few times in recent years: .NET developers have asked to be able to add dependencies on AutoCAD’s .NET reference assemblies – primarily acmgd.dll, acdbmgd.dll and accoremgd.dll – to their Visual Studio projects using the built-in...

December 10, 2014: Project Memento v1.10.12.1
Comments: 0 | Categories: AU , Point clouds , Reality capture
The Memento product got some well-deserved airtime at Autodesk University 2014: it had prominent mentions during both the opening and closing keynotes. A new version has now been pushed live to Autodesk Labs and comes with some really useful enhancements....

December 9, 2014: Titanic exhibition: that sinking feeling
Comments: 0 | Categories: Personal , Reality capture
Some friends from the UK were visiting Switzerland (although not staying with us) over the weekend, so we decided to meet them for dinner on Sunday at Geneva airport before their flight home. Thankfully I’d flown in from Las Vegas...

December 8, 2014: Autodesk University 2014: Day 3
Comments: 0 | Categories: 3D printing , AU , Morgan
Autodesk University 2014 ended really well on Thursday. Despite me nearly showing up late for my final speaking engagement (I somehow had it in my head that it started at 1:30pm rather than 1:00pm – thankfully I chose to show...

December 4, 2014: Autodesk University 2014: Day 2
Comments: 0 | Categories: 3D printing , AU , Morgan
It’s suddenly Thursday morning. I feel like I’ve been in one of those hyperlapse videos since my last blog post. Here’s a quick update on what I’ve been up to. When I wrote my last post I was actually sitting...

December 3, 2014: Autodesk University 2014: Day 1
Comments: 0 | Categories: AU
It’s Tuesday afternoon and we’re just one day into the main AU 2014 event. Yesterday’s pre-conference event was the ADN DevDay. It was nice to see my old team (although there were quite a few new faces since I was...

December 1, 2014: Autodesk University 2014 live online + my class schedule
Comments: 0 | Categories: AU , Autodesk
Even if you weren’t able to make it across to Las Vegas for AU, this week, then you can still attend the opening keynote, innovation forums, closing session and a number of key classes via live streaming video. Apparently an...

November 27, 2014: Sharing and embedding A360 models
Comments: 0 | Categories: Autodesk , HTML , PaaS , SaaS
In advance of next week’s AU, our Cloud Platforms team has released a new version of A360. The key feature of this update is the ability to share and embed A360 models. I uploaded a new model to my A360...

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