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Weekly Roundup – 2015.47


The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff –  for the week of Nov. 22nd – Nov. 28th, 2015.

I will start this week’s Roundup off with a couple of posts about next weeks Autodesk University in Vegas.

Hello Autodesk University 2015 (CADpro Tips)

What we’re psyched for at AU 2015 Las Vegas (AU Blog)

Heading to AU2015? See you there! (BIMmuse)

#UKBIMCREW BODS AT #AU2015  (The Case for BIM)

If you use Revit and are thinking about working with Vault, check out this post first (Synergis Blog)


This week was a good one for Podcasts are there are 3 news from 3 different podcasts!


Episode 026 – Jen Carlile (Designalyze)

Episode 36 – The Big Show (The Architech Show)

It wouldn’t be a good week if we didn’t chat about Dynamo a little (or a lot), check out this post from the Revit Kid.

Practical Dynamo – Following Topography

More cool Dynamo stuff, this time for creating Topo from lines, check it out over at the landarchBIM blog.

Topo By Lines

If you have used “Beta” apps from Autodesk, then you know what the “Lab” is. Well this post from It’s Alive in the Lab tells use the difference between being retired and graduating.

Updated FAQ: What does it mean for a technology preview to graduate versus retire?

Autodesk Labs Graduation versus Retirement Rates

Here is a useful post on filtering grids in Revit when working with linked models (Andekan Blog)

Filtering Linked Grids and Levels – Thoughts on Worksets

What has Luke over at What Revit Wants been up to this week?

Batch Checking Dependencies of your Dynamo Nodes and Packages

Direct Links to the Seek addin for Revit Now Available on the Autodesk App Store

How to Workaround A360 SSO issues by Running another Instance of Revit in Same Windows Session as different User

Quickly Split All Columns by Level without using any Addins in Revit

Exclusive: Unifi Gives You Global Content Analytics, Centralized Management and Inter-Company Library Sharing in the Cloud with a Shiny New Web App

Purge Component Families using @DynamoBIM with Bakery and SteamNodes

Now it’s time for all the news from around the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.

Surface Pro 4

The Year Past and Ahead

Save The Date: RTC BCS 2016 (Building Content Summit) July 11-12, 2016

Almost There…

Design Technology Summit Summer 2016

Here a couple of good posts about Revit & C4R from the IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog.

Collaboration for Revit – Lessons Learned

Very Shallow Closets in Revit

Check out some of the new features for Energy Analysis in Revit 2016 R2 (AECbytes)

Building Performance Analysis in Revit 2016 R2 with Autodesk Insight 360

I don’t spend a lot of time working with Revit MEP, and this info on electrical I didn’t know (Applying Technology to Architecture).

Revit Electrical Panel Load Calculation Issues

This week you should learn to say YES, and the BIM Jedi will be happy to tell you why.

Say Yes

I will end this weeks Roundup with a couple of Dynamo posts from sixtysecondrevit.

Framing Interior Elevations in #Revit with #DynamoBIM

3D Room Tags with #DynamoBIM

See you in Vegas!


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