As you may know, AU2011 was last week in Las Vegas. Attendance was expected to be around 8,000 people from as many as 80 countries. There were almost 1,000 classes, labs, un-conference discussions, virtual learning sessions and keynote presentations offered in the 3+ day event.

For most people, Tuesday was the starting day although there are several events on the days preceding Tuesday. As a disclaimer, I was invited by Autodesk as a media/blogger and Autodesk covered my registration and hotel costs. Special thanks to Angela Simoes, Senior Manager, Public Relations, Autodesk, for offering me this privilege.

One of the first signs in the hall that you are at AU.

Day 0 (Monday) started out with lunch,

Keep track of what's going on at AU2011 by following the Twitter feed. More to come later.


  Read more about AU2011 - Day 0

Well, probably....if you are in the U.S. and unless you have to work on Friday or the weekend. I had planned on another informative AU2011 post today, but I'm finishing up work because I do have ZERO work days in between today and the week following AU.

So because time is short, I'll just leave you with Lynn Allen's latest AU Las Vegas 2011 Primer

This will be my seventh year to attend AU. Here is a look back at my past years using select photos. All images except the last three, are courtesy of Shaan Hurley.

If you are attending AU2011, there is a Flickr group set up where you can share your photos.

Ok, let's go to the full story to see the photos. Read more about AU2011 - Looking Back at past AU Events

AU2011 is one week away. If AU2011 will be your first time at Autodesk University, here are some great tips and advice from the Kung Fu Drafter, Shaan Hurley, and Donnie Gladfelter

If you are not attending in person, do you know about AU Virtual? AU Virtual has already started and there are already "Over 10,000 people from 100 countries ....registered and viewing classes on AU Virtual", according to #AutodeskU

AU2011 l am Attending Read more about AU 2011 is one week away - here are some survival tips


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