The week(s) that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Nov. 30th – Dec. 13th.
I missed the roundup last week as I was in Las Vegas for AU 2014, and well there was a lot of shinny things so I just didn’t get around to it. This week I’m getting back into the routine and we have a jam packed Roundup with 2 weeks worth of great BIM content for you all.
I will start off this week(s) with a post by the Construction App Guru about the SafeSite app, if you are the safety person for your company you should check this out.
Are you having an issue upgrading your project, then central file can’t be reached? Check out this post from What Revit Wants, it just might be able to help you out.
It was the day before my AU session and I saw this blog post, which was very timley as I was talking about some of the 123D apps in my session. Basically they have ended support for all 123D web apps, but don’t worry you can still use mobile and desktop versions. Find out more in this post from Autodesk 123D blog
This next post is from Revit OpEd, and it covers yes/no parameters in formulas in Revit.
Here is another post by Steve form Revit OpEd, this time he is shedding some light on Sketch Staris in Revit.
This post is right in my wheel house, The Construction App Guru talks about what options are out there for BIM on Mobile Devices.
This next post could be big news for Revit users, in fact in the article they call it a game changer……..time will tell what people think about everything in the cloud all the time, especially when that everything is your projects Revit Central Files. Find out more about Autodesk A360 Collaboration for Revit in this post by In The Fold.
Like most weeks What Revit Wants have been busy pumping out great posts about all thing BIM, but this last 2 weeks have been crazy, below is a list of the highlights – click links for all the details.
Now for something completely different…..well sorta. This next post is from AECbytes Blog and its about Bentley’s 2014 in Infrastructure
There was a lot of buzz at AU this year about the “New” A360 and what it brings to the table (don’t call it Autodesk 360 any more please). The folks at the A360 Blog take a crack at telling everyone what A360 is now.
Here is another post on release 5 from the IMAGINiT Support Blog
and just for good measure another post about this from Studiodaily
As you can already see it was a neck and next race these last 2 weeks to see who could put out th emost post about BIM between What Revit Wants and Revit OpEd. Well below are the rest of Revit OpEd’s posts.
This is a nice little post from IMAGINiT BSD about FormIT and Levels.
If you are using Clarity and find there is a issue with PDF fonts from your workstation are not matching what comes form the clarity task server than this post form IMAGINiT Support Blog should get you fixed up.
Sometimes begin to quick to upgrade or update your software isn’t a good thing. Learn more about this as it regards to Revit 2015 R2 in this post over at the BIM Blog.
There are a lot of good Revit blogs out there, and while I try to visits as many as I can to fill this weekly update with all the Revit and BIM goodness I can I don’t always make it. I was just about to publish this weeks post when I took one last look and saw 3 great posts by RevitCat.
I will end this weeks Post with this cool time lapse video of a LEGO Christmas Tree Build