As mentioned, I registered for the upcoming AEC Symposium and Hackathon in New York this coming weekend, May 16-18.
You can learn more about both at http://core.thorntontomasetti.com/aec-technology-symposium-2014, and especially check out the interesting projects proposed for the AEC Hackathon.
I'm looking forward very much to that and would be happy to meet you there!
The Revit API Developer Guide shortcut URL has changed and is now www.autodesk.com/revitapi-help.
To my utter shock and chagrin, the previous one – www.autodesk.com/revitapi-wikihelp – has "expired" and no longer works.
Very sorry about that, out of my hands!
I have fixed the old blog posts using that URL:
I wonder who else in the world will do the same?
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