The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Mar. 29th – Apr. 4th, 2015.
We will start this week with a couple of posts from Steve over at Revit OpEd, one a reminder and one about the new joys of Revit updates in the time of “R2”.
Do you like cool tools for Revit, then check out this post from Luke at What Revit Wants.
If you work in construction you have likely heard the term “Lean Construction” well now it has it’s own apps. Check out this review of lean construction apps from ConAppGuru.
Here is another post/review on Lumion and Revit, this time from What Revit Wants.
Another good post from what Revit Wants, this time about all the cool updates for BIM 360 Glue that happened this week.
If you use Revit you are likely aware that the “Moves with nearby elements” is a command to to be trusted, and for most not to be used. Well the RevitCat disagrees and has posted a series about how to use it better.
Here is another good post by Revit Cat, this time a fix for 2015 R2 (Revit) rail selection issues.
Here are three a helpful posts from IMAGINiT Support Blog.
I learned something new from Revit OpEd every week, and this week I learned a few things. Check this great posts below:
Keeping with the Revit OpEd posts for this week, here are three that deal with Survey Points in Revit.
Over the past couple of weeks Scott over at the BIM Jedi has been posting about the retrospective process of a project, this week is part 4 (the final chapter).
For all you landscape architecture out there, these posts are for you, complements of landarchBIM Blog
The latest Autodesk Viewer is out in the labs, keeping with the current A360 naming it is called…….wait for it “A360 Viewer” (A360 Blog).
Another post from ConAppGuru, about an slope calculator app.
Here is a neat post from In The Fold about what’s coming in reality computing.
Are you thinking of submitting to speak at AU this year? If so check out this post from The BIM Jedi about the upcoming call for proposals.
Speaking (or typing) about AU here is the official link to all you need to know about AU 2015 (Autodesk University)
The BIM Jedi is also letting us all know that RTC NA 2015 registration is now open, and selling out fast (Early bird was sold out in less than an hour).
Here are some good video tutorials from the team over at the CASE Blog.
This is another post from CASE Blog, this time about how to approach training in AEC firms.
If you are looking for were to find the latest 2016 downloads from Autodesk, What Revit Wants has you covered.
Do you use the Propagate Extents Button (I don’t) if you do you should read this post from ideate Solutions Blog.
Here is some Dynamo content for this week’s Roundup from Simply Complex.
More Dynamo from Enjoy Revit.
I will end this weeks roundup with something a little different, here is a review of a work station from BOXX, very nice unit! from DE (Desktop Engineering)