CAD Bloggers at Autodesk University

Once again I have been luck enough to attend Autodesk University. It is always a great time to meet fellow CAD nerds from around the world and especially catch up and meet fellow CAD bloggers. I thought it would be nice to show the bloggers that I have had the chance to catch up with this year. Hopefully some of your favorite bloggers are shown below.
P.S. – notice how many pictures are photo-bombed by R.K.

Lynn Allen
Twitter: @Lynn_Allen
Greg Lynn

Heidi Hewett
(my first AutoCAD Instructor)
Heidi Greg

Shaan Hurley
Twitter: @ShaanHurley
Blog: Hurley

Melanie Stone-Perry & Frank Mayfield

Twitter: @MistresDorkness

Twitter: @TheMadCadr
Frank and Melanie

Greg Battin
Twitter: @AutoCADTips1

Paul Munford
Twitter: @CadSetterOut

Donnie Gladfelter
Twitter: @thecadgeek
The CAD Geek

Kean Walmsley
Twitter: @keanw

R.K. McSwain
Twitter: @cadpanacea
RK McSwain

Kurt Moreno
Twitter: @wkfd

Shaun Bryant
Twitter: @notjustcad
Shaun Bryant

Patrick Hughes
Twitter: @Time_Trvlr
Patrick Hughes

Owen Wengerd
Outside The Box

Christopher Fugitt
Twitter: @C3DReminders
Chris Fugitt

About AutoCAD Tips

This blog serves as a knowledge base for myself (and anyone else) so that I can reference tips & tricks that I have learned and also refer others to it as well. I hope that this blog helps you learn at least one tip to make your drafting/design experience better.
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9 Responses to CAD Bloggers at Autodesk University

  1. keanw says:

    Good to see you, Greg! Although you can probably see from my eyes that I was already having trouble focusing by this point in the evening.


  2. Greg, it was great meeting you and so many others. Seems I’m in some rare air here. It helps to hang out with the right people.

  3. R.K. McSwain says:

    Those black boxes on the bottom of each photo, almost look like ones you see people holding in a lineup. :-)

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  5. nisha gupta says:

    Valuable information and study tips. I am going to put them in practice and hopefully discover which strategies apply to my own personality. Thank you for this valuable and well-presented information. Keep the great work!

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