Every time the slide below was presented at the Forge developer's conference, the smartphones came out. I think this was the most photographed slide at the conference.
As you may recall, Autodesk Forge is actually 3 things:
Forge DevCon was held at Fort Mason in San Francisco. I attended because I would like to see parts of Autodesk and other Forge-based developers leverage Autodesk Labs early in their development processes. This will allow them to get feedback on their potential web-based solutions early in their development processes rather than waiting until their ideas are sufficiently developed to reach the beta stage.
By all measures, the conference was a big success.
- 6 Tracks: Design and Manufacturing, AEC, Forge Basics, AR/VR, IoT, Business Development
- 15+ exhibitors and various Forge expert tables for technical training and support
- 24 classes with packed classes throughout the day
By the way, the complete class content will be made available in the next few weeks.
Here is my social media recap:
ForgeDevCon was also a great place to network. For example, I got to meet Brett Young, CEO of Building System Planning.
Web service development is alive in the lab.