The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff, for the week of Aug. 2nd – Aug. 8th, 2015.
Here a post from The Revit Kid about a class he took at RTCNA about Site Designer give by Dan Rosenberg.
Now we can move on to this tip for the ACAD folks out there in internet land, from CADproTips.
This next post coming from the Proving Ground Blog is about Scrum, while I have heard of it I’ve never actually worked with it. pretty interesting concept though.
Moving form Building to Construction we get a recap of AGC IT from the ConAppGuru Blog.
Here is a link to this weeks Designalyze Podcast with Francis Bitonti.
Here is another Podcast from BIMThoughts about RTCNA 2015, this time part 1 of their recap.
And here is a post from Boost Your BIM about the above Podcast.
Are you thinking about taking the plunge and getting into BIM, then check out this post from The BIM hub.
All the news about everything RTC that you can handle from the RTC News Blog.
Here are the latest updates on A360 for all you iOS users out there, from the A360 Blog.
Not to leave out the my Android peeps, here is what’s new for you from the A360 Blog.
Autodesk came out with a new Real-Time Engine (think gaming engine) this week, learn more in this post from What Revit Wants.
Here are a couple more posts from What Revit Wants, be sure to check out the C4R one is you are using the latest release and Dyanmo 0.8.1
Spark to be part of Windows 10, 3D printing for all (okay not quite) learn more from TenLinks.
Time for your Tuesday BIM Tip (even if it’s not Tuesday) from BIM Blog.
If you have a 3D printer than you need to read this post of useful things you can print from ALL3DP.
The August issue of AUGIWorld is now out, check it out here (AUGI)
Here is a tip for Revit Tags and family types from the IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog.
If you are in Oslo or Copenhagen, then you need to read this post from Havard Vasshaug……..cool things are coming your way at the end of August.
Time for the weekly gathering of Constitution goodness from ConAppGuru.
Here is a good article on BIM, and how one sides does not fit all, check it out at Builtworlds.
So you thought it might be cool to have a 3D model of the entire city of Adelaide, check out What Revit Wants to make you dream come true.
This next post is a first for this blog, it’s a post about Revit and the Loch Ness Monster, from who else but the RevitCat.
Here is a new blog to me, BIM & Revit World (thanks to TASK BIM), check out these posts form them.
More “Ammo” for those learning, or improving your Dynamo skills from All Things Revit, Dynamo and Python.
Some more tips and tricks for Revit (you can never have to many) from Beside the Cursor.
Here is another Revit tip, this quick and dirty, from Revit.com.AU
Lets make Construction better with Photogrammetry? (Beyond Design)
Save the Date, the AEC Technology Sympsium and Hackathon is coming, find out more at the CORE studio Blog.
Ever think about building a log home in Revit, then check out this post from Fear and Loathing in a CAD vs. BIM World.
In case you missed it, Revizto has changes their licensing model, all software now free (just not all features) learn more on the Revizto Blog.
While I like to keep my SketchUp and Revit as far a part as possible, I do know that many people out there (ready designers) still love them some SketchUp. So with that in mind here are a couple of posts from the SketchUpdate Blog.
Let’s talk about price…… (read it’s going up)
If you are going doing a little code work, and you use BIM 360 Field this may be a handy post for you. (The 360 view)
So this post is a little different than normal, but I think it falls under techie stuff…..and who doesn’t watch Netflix these days. (It’s Alive in the Lab)
I will end this weeks Roundup with another classic comic from Architexts…….if you have ever work in an Architects office you now this is funny because its true!