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Autodesk Announces Maya, 3ds Max Developer Conference

Autodesk has announced it will host a combined 3ds Max and Maya developer conference in Scottsdale, Arizona from May 5-8, 2008, focused on networking and education opportunities for Maya and 3Ds Max developers and featuring sessions including Advanced May

Leigh Alexander

January 10, 2008

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3ds Max and Maya publisher Autodesk has announced it will host a combined 3ds Max and Maya developer conference in Scottsdale, Arizona from May 5-8, 2008. This Autodesk Developer Conference is designed to converge professional peers, industry experts and Autodesk developers to share 3D ideas in a "resort atmosphere." The conference combines educational and networking opportunities with training events, and is recommended to programmers, engineers and technical directors who know C++ and use Maya or 3ds Max. Sessions include Advanced Maya Python, Creating an Exporter and .NET Tool Integration, to name a few. Early bird registration for the event is currently available until February 29th, and interested parties can find further information regarding the conference at the official site (http://area.autodesk.com/index.php/masterclass/event)

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