Lanh joined Autodesk as an intern in the summer of 2017 and knew she wanted to come back after graduation. Upon finishing her bachelor’s in Computer Science at the University of California, Davis in 2018, she was given the opportunity to join Autodesk as a Developer Technical Consultant working closely with the Autodesk Maya API.
Lanh's team provides direct support for the Autodesk Developer Network (ADN) members as well as educating the public community about our APIs. Currently, Lanh primary focus is on Maya and Autodesk Forge to support customers customizing and extending Maya’s functionalities using the C++ and Python API.
Lanh can be contacted by email, but please don't expect her to provide support: if you need support for our products or APIs, please visit Autodesk's support website, use our discussion groups or post a question via your reseller or the Autodesk Developer Network website, if you're a member.
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