Wish you could normalize the use of Dynamo (and other visual scripting languages) in your office? Curious about how the Dynamo sausage gets made?
The Dynamo User Group is partnering this month with Philadelphia AIA's Women in Architecture to provide two fantastic speakers on computational design: Lilli Smith and Racel Williams. Lilli will be talking about how computing is being made more accessible in the design community and how design computation can be leveraged to solve problems within design workflows (including a sneak peak at what we can expect our design tools to do in the near future). Racel will be providing us with a view into the near (and far) future of Dynamo as the program transitions into version 2.0, and how that update will enable designers to tackle new types of problems.
This month's event is hosted at the Center for Architecture and Design in partnership with the Philadelphia Women In Architecture group. Cocktails and dinner will be provided by the PDUG sponsor, Microdesk. Feel free to bring your own laptop (with Revit and Dynamo installed) along with your Dynamo hopes and dreams. No prior experience in writing code or Dynamo is necessary.