DevDays is a great way to get a sense of what technology is coming from Autodesk, something that’s valuable even for Autodesk employees: the ADN team does a great job of synthesising what’s coming from our various product groups – a challenging task for lots of reasons (the timing of the event relative to development schedules, the volume of information to summarise and present within a limited amount of time, the difficulty of creating demo apps on pre-Alpha software, etc...).
Here’s some information on this year’s tour –
Got great ideas for cloud and mobile apps? Want to learn where Autodesk is taking the convergence of desktop computing and cloud technology?
If you’re an innovator developing on Autodesk platform technology and have not yet attended an Autodesk Developer Network Conference join us for a deep dive as we take an in-depth look at Autodesk’s newest technologies and the next generation of products coming in 2014. The Autodesk Developer Network is holding its annual, worldwide Developer Day Conference and DevLab in cities around the world from November through December 2013.
Called Autodesk DevDays 2013, the theme for this year’s event is rEvolution – Where Desktop meets the Cloud. Come and talk to us about futur web services from Autodesk. We will of course also cover what’s new in the next releases of our desktop products (3ds Max®, Maya® and so on)!
Note that material at Developer Days is forward-looking and highly confidential so ADN membership is required. Maybe you are using ADN Open and forums and would like to attend DevDays? Visit www.autodesk.com/joinadn or send an email to your local ADN representative and let’s talk. We like to hear from — and help — interested parties, innovators and companies just getting started.
Below are the dates for this year’s tour. For a more detailed agenda and to register your interest in attending a specific event -
- Nov. 7, 2013 - Beijing, China, with DevLab on Nov. 8
- Nov. 12, 2013 - Shanghai, China, with DevLab on Nov. 12 morning
- Nov. 14, 2013 - Tokyo, Japan