The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of July 26th – Aug. 1st, 2015.
Lets start this weeks roundup off with a post from The Revit Kid looking for your input on on Revit and BIM Conferences.
What’s the worker in the Construction industry going to be like in the future? Find out what the ConAppGuru thinks in this blog post.
Autodesk named top 50 Tech Powerhouse, read more in this Synergis Blog post.
Here is all the news that is news from the RTC New blog this week (The RTCNA Hangover edition).
This week we have a new Podcast from Designalyze, with Marius Watz.
Keeping with the Podcast theme here is a special Podcast from BIMThoughts with Wesly & Jim Live from RTCNA 2015.
Here is a post from BIMThoughts about the making of a podcast, its not all fun and games.
Here is a little Dynamo magic from What Revit Wants.
Here is a nice little post with video about Structural openings with automated lintels from Hagerman & Company Blog.
Here is a new post from Practical BIM about PAS 1192-2.
If you are working with, or planning to work with Vault and Revit, then check out this post from BIM Toolbox.
Here are some tips if you are startling to use C4R (Collaboration fro Revit) from Microsol Resource Blog.
Here is a Dynamo tip for Revit from What Revit Wants as a work around for Depended view transferred between projects.
Keeping the Dynamo love flowing here is another post in the Dynam(o)ite Your Design series from Revit beyond BIM.
Things happen quickly in the blog world, below is a post from Fighting Dinosaurs about the post above.
Here is a post about all the fun that was had at RTCNA last week from Revit Swat.
The posts about the great times had by all keep coming for RTCNA 2015, this time from The BIM Jedi.
Still more love for RTCNA this time with a top 8 list, from the Revit Kid.
The RTCNA recaps just keep coming, this time from the FormIt 360 Blog.
Now that RTCNA 2015 is over some have already begun their planning for AU 2015, check out this post from Revit Beyond BIM.
Here is some love for you landscape architects out there using Revit from landarchBIM blog.
Are you getting ready to move your firm from Revit 2015 (or earlier) to Revit 2016, and have a ton of files to upgrade, then you need check out this post from Boost Your BIM.
For all the structural folks out there in internet land this might be an interesting post for you, from Revit a Structured Approach.
Autodesk Teams up with Arduino to Electrify Creativity and Coding
If you are interested in Augmented Reality, then this is a great post for you about AR in AEC by AECbytes.
Here is a post about Dynamo and the Web Request Node from sixtysecondrevit.
Fun with #DynamoBIM Web Request Node
Now time for the weekly gathering of Construction App goodness from the ConAppGuru.
If you have ever had to deal with a purge gone wrong in a Revit model….or maybe many purges gone wrong…. then you will want to print this out and put it in your lunch room! Check it out over at RVIT.
Here are a couple more post from What Revit Wants, about IFC add-ins and shared parameters.
If you work with Revit and color schemes then you should check this post our from A Word on BIM.
The Lighting Analysis app for Revit 2016 is now available, learn more in this post from Building Performance Analysis.
now time for some Navisworks love from Daniel and Autodesk AEC software.
If you are ever tasked with teaching other Revit (it’s a big part of my job) then you need to read this post from Fear and Loathing in a Cad vs BIM World.
Here is another post about RTCNA, this time from Jarod Schultz.
More RTCNA posts this time about the Keynote (which was awesome) from the ideate software Blog.
This next post is about Revit Add-ins, and RTCNA 2015, however I’m posting it just for the opening quote:“The girl’s got rhythm – Rock ‘n Roll rhythm!” AC/DC How ’bout your Revit model, does it have Rhythm? Well done Tim Grimm from Revit Ad-ons.
This next post is about BCS which happened a couple days before RTCNA 2015 started, it’s from Shades of Grey.
When I’m finished I will have 3 different posts about RTCNA 2015, which I thought that was pretty good, however sixtyseconrevit has me beat with 6! (and they are worth a look)
Windows 10 came out this week, and in case you are wonder no it is not supported for any Autodesk products……yet. learn more in this post from The Architect’s Desktop.
If you work with C4R you may have ran into some issue this week, this post from Revit Clinic can shed a little light on the unplanned downtime.
Another good post this week from the Revit Clinic about the new Health Dashboard.
I will end this week’s Roundup with a “Funny” that was posted on CAD Panacea – it’s worth a listen!