Yes, it is true, I haven’t done a CAD blog for some time now. Slacker! I hear you cry. I beg to differ. I have been working hard on a number of projects including being on the election committee for the new AUGIuk Board of Directors, plus the exciting project listed above in the title of this blog!
CADucation (www.caducation.com) is a new learning portal on the internet. Developed by myself and my colleague, Mark Little, it is a website that is completely organic and will be driven by what people want to see. Currently, the site provides a number of informative articles about CAD, training, learning and a large number of tips and tricks, including the ones you see here on Not Just CAD!
We are hoping that we will get articles in from users, industry experts and those evangelists and gurus out there. They will get full credit for what they write with the links to their blogs, websites etc. So if you are reading this, what are you reading my blog for?…Get an article out to CADucation! [only kidding!]
The main idea behind the site is blended learning. We intend to combine the latest technology (not just write about it!) and allow it to help you, the user, to learn all about your Autodesk CAD product. The content will be aligned to Autodesk to allow users to start thinking about Autodesk Certification on their particular product. There is certification on five main Autodesk 2010 products: –
- AutoCAD 2010
- Autodesk Inventor 2010
- AutoCAD Civil 3D 2010
- Autodesk Revit Architecture 2010
- Autodesk 3ds MAX Design 2010
There is also certification available on the following 2009 products: –
- AutoCAD 2009
- Autodesk Inventor 2009
- AutoCAD Civil 3D 2009
- Autodesk Revit Architecture 2009
- AutoCAD Architecture 2009
CADucation will assist you with your learning path to certification by providing you with loads of pertinent Autodesk software content. However, we cannot guarantee you passing your certification exams! That is up to you, OK? 🙂
Please take some time to drop by the website and have a look. Read some articles and if you feel you can provide us with some pertinent content, please use the Contact form on the site. It would be great to hear from you, even if it is only to give us a comment on the site! All feedback is really appreciated right now! Tell us what you would like to see on the site…..videos, podcasts, anything you think will help you move up your learning curve!
OK, enough from me! Go have a look and let us know, yeah?
Happy reading (about CAD)!