Diego Tamburini currently works as the Senior Design & Manufacturing Industry Strategist for Autodesk, where he focuses on identifying the trends and needs of the industry to help define the vision and strategy for Autodesk in manufacturing. He is also acts an evangelist of Autodesk’s thought leadership in the industry by delivering talks, writing, and engaging with the media and industry analysts.
Diego came to Autodesk from Microsoft, where he worked in the Microsoft Dynamics development team developing the first cloud release of Dynamics ERP for Professional Services. Prior to Microsoft Dynamics, he worked with the Developer & Platform Evangelism group, helping Global ISVs in Engineering & Manufacturing align their product strategies with future Microsoft technologies.
Diego also worked as Research Engineer at the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Product and Systems Lifecycle Management Systems (PSLM) Center on engineering information modeling, software infrastructures for integrated collaborative engineering, and knowledge representations and interoperability technologies to enable them. He also worked closely with the OMG group developing and reviewing the SysML standard (an extension of UML targeted to Systems Engineering).
Before Microsoft, he worked at SDRC (now Siemens PLM) as a Principal PLM Implementation Engineer, helping large customers such as Boeing and Goodrich Aerospace implement UGS’ PLM system (known as Metaphase at that time).
Diego lives with his wife and two daughters in Snoqualmie, WA. He enjoys traveling with them to warm places and participating in long distance triathlons and marathons.