AutoDesk Cloud Accelerator 2015 Program – call for proposals

AutoDesk Cloud Accelerator 2015 Program- call for Proposals

The next AutoDesk Cloud Accelerator 2015 program is scheduled for Prague in the Czech Republic on September 13 through the 18th, this year!  We’ve had a great response to our first Cloud Accelerator Extension class taking place in Prague, Czech Republic from September 13-18, 2015. Deadline for submitting your proposal was recently extended to July 21, 2015.


AutoDesk Cloud Accelerator 2015 Program

AutoDesk Cloud Accelerator 2015 Program

Who is the AutoDesk Cloud Accelerator 2015 Program for? This is a really exciting AutoDesk opportunity that I write about with enthusiasm every year. You get the unlimited support of AutoDesk engineering teams to realize your amazing idea. If you’ve got an art, design, or engineering project that can make use of any of several AutoDesk cloud-based API technologies, then this is the place for you!  Here’s what you can choose from–so you’re not limited to one type of software: View & Data, Autodesk® BIM 360, AutoCAD® I/O, Autodesk® InfraWorks® 360, Autodesk® ReCapor Autodesk® Fusion 360™.

This is a one-week intensive program, and the benefit for you is clear–you get the team of experts at your fingertips to help you realize your dreams. The benefit for AutoDesk? A massive PR event; they get to promote their cool cloud-based programs.

If you’d like to hear more about what some past participants in this life-changing event have had to say, click here:   AutoDesk Cloud Accelerator 2015 Program – what past participants have to say.  For more information and please visit the AutoDesk website at .

BTW, what is AutoCAD I/O? This is a new API that brings AutoCAD functionality to the cloud. It’s a REST API that enables users to manipulate DWG content.  What can you do with it? Generate designs in batch mode, run your AutoCAD scripts in the cloud, plot your DWG files to PDF and DWF, and plug in your own apps to generate DWG or other types of content.  Flexible, too! All you need for the client side code is any language that can make HTTP requests.

Thanks! Rosanna D, VTN