Let’s take a quick break from the 21 Weeks of Jay Peak series to talk about a few things going on with the API. First, let me remind you that ADN has posted a wish list survey for the AutoCAD Civil 3D API. The deadline to fill the survey is June 11th, and you fill it up to give us your feedback and help us plan future releases. For some reason, I thought I posted about the survey when it was first published, but I cannot find the post, so maybe I did not. I apologize either way, and I hope you can take some time to fill it now.
This week ADN is running the AEC Dev Camp in Waltham MA. I was there yesterday giving a lecture and participating in a couple of sessions. It was nice to meet some of you or see you again face to face. I think the sessions went well and there was plenty of good discussions. We will take all the feedback with us and consider it very carefully for future plans.
My session yesterday talked about the COGO Points API. If you have been following me for the past few weeks, you have read a lot about it already, and you will read more in upcoming weeks. But in case you are interested, you can download all the source for the lecture from the CogoPointsDemo repository I created at BitBucket. Materials for all sessions have been posted to a public Buzzsaw project. There is plenty of good materials for all AEC applications development, so I am sure you want to check it out.
If assisted Dev Camp this year, it was nice to see you; if you did not, keep an eye for upcoming events. They are always fun.