The week that was in the world of BIM and other Techie fun stuff – for the week of Dec. 6th – Dec. 12th, 2015.
So when you are busy with things like AU, you aren’t as delinquent as you should be with things like your blog, and event thought I mostly just post links to the awesome work other do, it does still take some time. Which is why now that AU 2015 is over this weeks post will be packed full of lots of multiple posts from all the best BIM blogs!
I will start this week’s Roundup off with a couple of posts from landarchBIM, one about a holiday deal on her Udemny course and another on creating a Dynamo Forest.
Here is a post from the BIM Freak about her time (and class) at AU2015 last week.
Lets keep the AU 2015 theme going with this post from the BIMmuse about here 3rd day at AU2015.
Every week there are some good posts published by the folks over at BIM & Revit World, so check them out (and their very nice holiday themed blog page).
Another great place to find multiple weekly posts about Revit and BIM is over at What Revit Wants!
What type of apps do you like best – Point or Integrated? Fine out more on the topic over at the ConAppGuru blog.
While you are at the ConAppGuru’s site check out his weekly gatherings too.
Check out what you can do with AR (Augmented Reality) in this post from Extranet Evolution.
I don’t post much about Civil in this blog, but I thought this was worth the read, check it out at Synergis Blog.
If you are an Architect about to start your own firm, check out this post from the Revit Kid.
Sometimes Autodesk needs to know what people want out of their software, and Revit OpEd is not shy to let them know.
Another post from Revit OpEd about Revit 2016 R2.
Have you been looking for an easy way to get files from the 3D Warehouse directly in Revit, well now for better or worse you can (Engineering.com)
Keeping on the SketchUp topic here is a post from the SketchUp Blog about what’s new in 2016.
Here is another post from Engineering.com about Revit and Point Clouds
Check out this post from IMAGINiT Support Blog about Revit Server.
So using Revit on a Mac is now supported by Autodesk……well sorta, learn more in this post from architosh.
Here is another interesting post from architosh about Revit.
For all your the Dynamo Fun that happened at AU2015, check out thsi post from the Dynamo Blog.
Some more helpful hints about getting Topo into Revit, from Learning Revit.
Are you still struggling with making BIM profitable in your firm, then check out this post from Shoegnome.
It has been a busy week (weeks actually) over at the A360 Blog.
This is an interesting post about 3D water with Dynamo from All things Revit, Dynamo and Python.
Ammo: Cutting Objects two Topography (original post the follow up was for)
Here is this years AUGI Top Ten wish list, from Between the Lines.
Here are a couple post from BIM and Beam.
Just in case you didn’t know the future of design is code…..learn more over at Daniel and Autodesk AEC Software.
Some more love for AU last week, this time from Jarod Schultz.
FormIt 360 celebrated it’s 3rd Birthday at AU this year, and I’m glad I could help celebrate with 2 great class about it! Check out more in this post from the FormIt 360 Blog.
Here is a post from the IMAGINiT Buildings Solutions Blog about a Revit secret.
In case you missed it last week Autodesk announced BIM 360 Docs, learn more in this post from Paradigm Shift.
Another post about BIM 360 Docs, this time from Revit Structure Learning Curve.
Here is a post from Punto Revit (Revit Point)
This weeks Roundup for Revit Add-ins from the Revit Add-Ons blog.
A little post about Stacked Walls in Revit from Revit.Com.AU
The Revizto team was at AU2015 too (Revizto Blog)
Now time for all the news that’s fit to be news from the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
Now for some wisdom from the Shades of Grey blog.
So you want to add some Fireproofing to an HSS do you, then check out this post from Simply Complex.
This week there was a new Podcast released from The Architech Show (last one of the year).
Now for a couple of post on ACA from The Architect’s Desktop.
What does BIM mean to you? See if it’s the same as what is in this post and video from the B1M Blog.
More Multiple Post madness, this time from the Revit Geeks blog.
Even more Multiple posts! (The Revit Saver)
Dynamo – Elk for DynamoBIM by Timothy Logan (this may be a re-post)
More stories of AU2015, this time from Up and Ready.
I will end this weeks Roundup with a cool Dynamo tweet (and GIF) from Zach Kron.