By: Racel Williams

  Subscribe vis RSS
   Back to all Posts

Deadlines Approaching: Upcoming 2018 European Conferences

Just a quick reminder! There are several conference deadlines that are coming up over the next few weeks.  The Dynamo Team is so inspired by our community's innovative workflows and novel ideas. So, we encourage you to submit all of the great work you have been doing in Dynamo and beyond to one or all of these conferences below. Please note: BI

Extending Dynamo: A London Workshop on Extensions

Ever felt like you wanted Dynamo to do more? And, custom nodes, python, zero-touch, and nodeModel-derived UI nodes not enough? Maybe you want to create another window to track workspace utilization? Or you want to create a drawing tool inside of Dynamo? If you know the feeling, you may be interested in learning about extensions in Dynamo! On the D

Computational BIM Workshop Materials + Datasets

Did you miss Autodesk University 2017 this year and the pre-conference Computational BIM workshops? Well, don't stress. The handouts/slides, datasets, and videos are now available and we have provided links to all of these resources at For the Beginner workshops, learn the basics of node-wire diagramming in Dynamo.

Look it up…Check out the new Dynamo Dictionary

Just wanted to drop a quick line about our latest help resource...For the past few months, we have been working with Mode Lab to build the Dynamo Dictionary! And we are pretty excited about it! The Dynamo Dictionary is a site that you can visit to learn more about each specific node in Dynamo. The Dictionary expands beyond the node documentat

Introducing List@Level: Working with Lists Made Easier

In Dynamo 1.2, we have introduced “List@Level”, a feature that allows you to directly select which level of list you want to work with right at the input port of the node. This feature allows you to access the levels of your list quickly and easily.   UI Basics: Anatomy of List@Level “I just want to access this level of th