The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Mar. 8th – 14th, 2015.
This week Rob over at ConAppGuru has posted part 3 to his “to watch” series for 2015.
This is a good post from the Revit Kid if you do much rendering in Revit or with the Autodesk 360 Rendering in the cloud.
There was a new player released in the the cloud world of BIM and 3D design this week called Onshape. Below are some blog posts about it.
This is another post about Onshape, but from Carl Bass of Autodesk (on the In The Fold blog), this post is not so positive about Onshape.
Now for something different, this weeks post from Steve over at Revit OpEd.
This has been posted about before, but now its official Subscription Center is no more! (as of Mar. 13/15) Learn more about why and it’s replacement Autodesk Account in this post from What Revit Wants.
Here is another post about the new Autodesk Account from the BIM Jedi.
While we are talking about the BIM Jedi, here is another interesting post from him. This time Scott is talking about what you do after a project is complete.
Have you ever tried linking a CAD file with a LARGE extends, if so check out this post from landscape architecture + BIM.
There has been a lot of info in this weeks blog about Onshape, but not to be left out of the SaaS revolution Bentley has acquired an SaaS Construction company (EADOC) this week. Find out more about it in this post from Extranet Evolution.
Now for some Bluebeam tips from Carol’s Construction Technology Blog.
This post is about copying views between Revit projects, head over to RevitCat to check it out.
This is a re-post of an oldie, but a goodie that comes from the CAD Shack .
I’m not a user of Fusion 360, but if you are it’s always good to have some best practices. Learn more from the Autodesk Fusion 360 Blog.
All of these post can be handy to know if use Revit for Residential design, check them out at BIMscape.
If you work with RPC’s you should check this out from landscape architecture +BIM.
It’s that time of the month, so you should download and check out the latest issue of AUGIWorld from AUGI.
Hard to believe there has not been any Dynamo posts yet this week. Well lets fix that with 3 from Havard Vasshaug’s blog.
I guess we are on a Dynamo roll now, so here is one more from Revit beyond BIM.
This a useful post about site designer from Luke over at What Revit Wants.
Now for a little FM content, this post is from AECbytes Blog.
Phil over at Phil-osophy in BIM always has good posts, and this one is no exception.