The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of June 28th – July 4th, 2015.
Lets start this weeks Roundup of with a post from What Revit Wants, about keeping your Dynamo packages and custom nodes in sync.
Keeping with Dynamo news, this week saw the release of version 0.8.1, and it’s in glorious colour! Find out more in this post from the Dynamo Blog.
Here is a post from the ConAppGuru in his continuing series about 10 workflows for apps in construction.
It’s going to be a busy year for the BIM Freak, will you be able to see one of her speaking engagements?
The Revit Kid was put on a list of best software tutorials by ArchDaily last week, he was surprised by this, but myself and all his readers know he belongs their for sure!
If you didn’t follow all the crazy tweets last weekend for the AEC Hackathon (June 27 & 28th) then Carol from Carol’s Construction Technology Blog has you covered with a recap of all the best tweets.
There is another new Podcast out this week from Designalyze, be sure to check it out.
We also have a new podcast from BIMThoughts this week as well.
Here is all the news that’s fit to be news in the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
Here is a quick tip from RVIT for Revit and your workplane.
Starting this week Autodesk now offers course via iTunes on iTunes U, learn more in this post from TenLinks.
Now for a couple of new blogs to the weekly Roundup (new to me at least). First is BIMmuse with an essential BIM tip.
The other new to me blog is called Parametric Monkey, and what I’ve seen so far i like. below are a few sample posts from the monkey.
I never thought of BIM as a 12 step program, but the people over at the BIM Hub has got it nailed now to 10 steps.
Here are a couple of helpful post from the IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog.
And if you enjoyed the post about turning off the start tab in ACAD 2016, then you will love these other two post about the same same thing.
This post from Cadline Blog is an interesting read about brick/block coursing in Revit.
Looking for a way to clean up your Revit journals in 2016, check out this post form What Revit Wants.
Here is another post form What Revit Wants, this time about a new Dynamo package called Bumblebee Primer.
You can now add folders to A360 on your iPad, learn more over at the A360 Blog.
If you have been wondering about using a Titleblock stamp in Revit, then this is the blog post for you (Cadline Blog).
Okay so this next post gets the “Silly question of the week” award, when you read it you will know why (Engineering.com)
So have you been wonder what the top contractors know that you don’t? Check out this post from Brent Darnell International to find out.
Here is a helpful post from landarchBIM blog about In-Place models structural stairs.
This is not the path you are looking for……at least that’s what Revit old me. Learn more at the Microsol Resources Blog.
Now for some Bluebeam love from Carol’s Construction Technology Blog.
Now we shift focus to some Structural Analysis with Revit beyond BIM.
Here is this weeks gatherings form the ConAppGuru.
Lets celebrate the 4th of July with a little help from Captain America and Revit Swat.
Here is an interesting post from BIM 42 about Timestamps for Models
FormIt Friday came a little early this week (OK so its actually the video from last week, but Tuesday is still Tuesday) check it out at FormIt 360 Blog.
Forget about double rainbows check double screen shots of Dynamo from sixtysecondrevit.
I’m going to end this weeks Roundup with a post for all our Architect friends out there in Blog land that want to be more effective, learn how in this post from ArchSmarter.