Bedford, NH (PRWEB) July 09, 2014
CADLearning subject-matter experts were awarded more than 20 sessions as part of the speaker selection process for Autodesk University 2014 to be held at Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas, Nevada December 2nd - 4th.
Speakers include Matt Murphy, Award-winning speaker from 4D Technologies and subject-matter expert David Butts, top speaker award winner at AU 2011 and creator of CADLearning for AutoCAD MEP courses and BIM Specialist at Gannett Flemming.
"That our team has been awarded nearly 25 classes at Autodesk University 2014 proves to me that we work with the best subject-matter experts in the industry," said Matt Murphy, Director of Content Management and Development. "Team members will share their real-world knowledge on how to improve productivity, performance and interoperability, in various lectures, labs and roundtable sessions.”
Additional CADLearning subject-matter experts speaking at the event include Jason Boehning, Seth Cohen, David Cohn, Rick Ellis, Scott Moyse, Steven Schain and Michael Thomas.
To view a complete list of the sessions visit the Autodesk University 2014 Classes page on the CADLearning website.
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