Brian has been with Autodesk since 1998. He began working in the CAD industry over 25 years ago and has worked in various positions, including CAD administrator, CAD trainer, applications engineer, CAD API designer, and consultant. Brian was the original designer of the Autodesk Inventor® programming interface (API) and is currently working in the Lake Oswego, Oregon office as a product designer for the Autodesk Inventor® programming interface.
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