Wayne joined Autodesk in 1991 and started out supporting AutoCAD 11 (DOS version). In 2000 Wayne started with Autodesk Developer Technical services and has been providing programming support, consulting, training and evangelism to external developers since then. Currently Wayne supports the APIs for AutoCAD, AutoCAD Mechanical, Inventor and ETO and Vault. Wayne has a computer science degree from Lake Washington College.
On the weekends he enjoys a good round of golf and spending time with his wife and two children. Wayne works out of his home office near Seattle Washington.
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