Thursday, August 31, 2006


The title translates to...

The Autodesk University 2006 Civil 3D PowerTrack

Joseph Wurcher of Autodesk started a blog about Autodesk University 2006 early this month. He is offering some behind-the-scenes info and more importantly TIPS on how to make the most of this event.

This includes his mention of the Civil 3D PowerTrack. Check his post for the detailed explanation and how to make sure you get these classes!

In brief, the PowerTrack is a series of 13 classes that build upon the ones before. Similar to following a project from start to finish. I believe I will be spending a lot of time in these particular classes. I hope to see you there.

Note: Two of the three classes that I am teaching this year at AU are a part of the Civil 3D PowerTrack.


JW said...

Power Track is a great improvement over last year! One thing to be aware of is that all the classes in the Power Track are lectures, no hands on labs.

See you there, Angel!

Angel Espinoza said...

Thanks for the comment James. Looking forward to seeing there. It should be a great event.

Anonymous said...

Power Track do not include hands-on session because hands-on session are limited to 80 attendees. We wanted the largest number of attendees possible benefit from the entire experience of the C3D PT and including a lab would not have allowed that. Although hand-on labs are very useful, the benefit of sitting in on 14 consecitive 90min session on C3D should make up for that.

We will make the C3D (and Revit) PT available on AU Online after the event.