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    Question Dynamo consulting / training

    Hello forum

    I want to do a work in Dynamo but i have not enough knowledge.

    Someone knows who can give me dynamo consulting or training or on demmand services?

    ThankU

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    Dynamo BIM
    https://forum.dynamobim.com/
    Learn | Dynamo BIM

    There are also some courses on Lynda.com and probably some other e-learning sites.

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    Thanks Cellophane.
    I has learned from that links, howerver Im looking for more advanced guide. Tx

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellophane View Post
    Dynamo BIM
    https://forum.dynamobim.com/
    Learn | Dynamo BIM

    There are also some courses on Lynda.com and probably some other e-learning sites.
    Konrad Sobon has a course on 'ThinkParametric', Ian Siegel has a course on 'Lynda.com.'

    I'm also working with a company to create a Geometrically focused course but am not sure I'm allowed to advertise on here so PM me for details (Yet to be published).

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    Come on spill the beans damn it

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielHurtubise View Post
    Come on spill the beans damn it
    It's not finished yet... if I'm allowed to pat myself on the back here then it will come in the hopefully not to distant future!

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    I also have a course being published soon as well. Mine is more of an introduction and purely focuses on the interaction with Revit and Dynamo, so it may not fit your advanced needs. I am in the same boat as amoursol, to where I am not sure what details I can share at this time.

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    misterjp- few questions for you.

    what kind of training are you looking at specifically?
    What did you mean by advanced topics?
    What format do you find useful?

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    What is your timeline for this?

    BIM Extension is planning to host a Dynamo training session on the west coast of the U.S. (location TBD - Seattle or San Francisco). We are planning to schedule the training session(s) after Autodesk University, so January 2017 seems like the time we are shooting for.

    If anyone is interested, sign up for wait list to be notified of updates while we plan and finalize the Dynamo training session: Coming Soon: Dynamo training in Seattle, Bellevue, San Francisco | BIM Extension

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    johnp, amoursol... you guy suck.... stop teasing us

    ahahah seriously, keep us posted it's really cool.

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