Jeremy is a member of the AEC workgroup of the Autodesk Developer Network ADN DevTech team, providing developer support, training, conference presentations, and blogging on the Revit API.
He originally joined Autodesk in 1988 as the technology evangelist responsible for European developer support. In this capacity, he wrote articles, consulted, lectured on AutoCAD application programming techniques, and supported AutoCAD application developers in Europe, the U.S., Australia, and Africa. He was a co-founder of ADGE, the AutoCAD Developer Group Europe, and a prolific author on AutoCAD application development. He left Autodesk in 1994 to work as an HVAC application developer, then rejoined the company in 2005.
Jeremy graduated in mathematics and physics at Marburg University in Germany, worked as a teacher and translator of both computer and human languages, then as a C++ programmer on early GUI and multitasking projects. He is fluent in six European languages, vegetarian, has four kids, plays the flute, likes reading, travelling, theatre improvisation, yoga, carpentry, loves mountains, oceans, sports, music, dancing, and especially climbing. Here is a partial snapshot of what I do and a somewhat out-of-date CV.
Jeremy can be contacted by email, but please don't expect him to provide support; if you need support for our products or APIs, please visit Autodesk's support website, use our discussion groups or post a question via your reseller or the Autodesk Developer Network website, if you're a member.
If you are new to the Revit API, the first thing of all to do is to explore the rich Getting Started material available, especially:
- The Revit Developer Center
- Revit 2014
- API Overview and DevDays Online presentation
- What's New in the Revit 2014 API
- Visual Studio add-in wizards
- Getting started with the Revit API (late 2013)
- Getting started with the Revit 2013 API
- Getting started with the Revit 2012 API
- Preparing for a hands-on Revit API training