AutoCAD® VB.NET Development Training Courses
The selection of training courses in AutoCAD® development is sparse at best, so if you're looking for a training course in AutoCAD® VB.NET development, you're probably going to struggle to find anyone that runs a course of this type, let alone one that is running in your area.
Many AutoCAD® training course providers allow you to have custom training courses tailored to your particular needs. With this in mind, many of these companies will be capable of providing the AutoCAD® development training you need, but will simply not have it listed as an available course.
So, if you're looking for an AutoCAD® VB.NET development training course, contact your usual training course supplier (if you have one), and ask if they can tailor a course for you. If you don't have a usual training provider, well, that's what Google is for! You can even specify what particular aspects of development you're interested in, or just have an overview of the capabilities.
An overview of capabilities is something I'd especially recommend for all the CAD Managers out there - get your minions working intelligently by automating menial tasks rather than blindly trudging through them. Doing so saves time, money, and headache!
Finally, I've thought about running my own course: An Introduction to VB.NET in AutoCAD®. I'd like to gauge the level of interest in both a face to face classroom based course, and some kind of online version - send an email to email@example.com with your thoughts!
An online course would superb, as i guess your based in the US and other parts of the world are equally difficult to find decent course for anything Autodesk Based
Great - I'm working on one as we speak!
That would be great, Will.
It's on the cards very soon
I am also interested in the vb.net for Autocad. Please let me know when you plan to start.
Souinds like a great idea. Anything vb with automation would be good. Also you could look to simple tasks with the recorder. Sheet Set Manger type application tool would be wonderful. users could access content outside of autocad linked to mtext, atttributes or fields in drawings. Kind of like a poor mans database liked to a row and column like you would for excel.
An online course would be really great. It is hard (impossible in fact) to find training that would teach you how to apply VB code to AutoCAD®..
It's in the pipeline... :-)
Waiting to start the course.