The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of January 17th, 2016 – January 23rd 2016.
Lets start this weeks Roundup off with a post from the RevitCat that looks at the difference between Stairs by Component and Stairs by Sketch in Revit.
You tired of downloading bad Revit families, well so is the Revit Kid.
If you are interested in 4D, then you should check out this interview post from BIM & Revit World.
Now for some multi=post action, let start with What Revit Wants.
Keeping on the Multi-post train, lets see the info published this week on dynamoworks.
How about all the news from the world or RTC, well here it is all over at the RTC News Blog.
Dynamo, Excel, Revit and Piling…….what could be more fun, check it out over at Autodesk Revit Structure.
Here is yet again some more great Dynamo info, this time for Topo and Nurbs from the landarchBIM blog.
This next post is a good follow-up on a post from last week (both by Jason) over at RVIT. Worth the read for sure, mostly because helpful info, but also because Jason find out Steve Stafford reads his blog!
This next post that come from the ConAppGuru is about protecting your online documents, a must read for those with content in the “cloud”.
If you missed this post last week by the Revit Kid, here is more about it from BIM & Revit World.
Here are a couple of more posts from BIM & Revit World.
I’m not a grasshopper user, but I understand for those that do use it, moving to Dynamo might not be as easy as it should. The Parametric Monkey has made a primer to help you out.
Some more posts this week from the Parametric Monkey.
Here is a great post (and video with data set) from Michael Kilkelly over at ArchSmarter about Excel for Architects.
Model Coordination is ALWAYS a good thing, which means the training on this subject is also a good thing. (AUGI Library).
More from Revit OpEd on Worksharing
Are you looking for 7 ways to speed up Revit? Check out this post (and add-in) from ArchSmarter.
Here are a couple of BIM related Podcats fro this week.
Speaking of the ConAppGuru, here is his weekly gatherings.
Now for some fun with column schedules in Revit, from The Architects Desktop.
How about something that is new in Revit, well in 2013 it was……but if you didn’t know about it then it’s new to you! (Ideate Solutions Blog)
Its a new year, so might be time for a new certification? If you are looking for something to do then check out this post from the BIM Jedi about the BPA certification program for Autodesk.
Here is a post from the BIM 360 Blog about Con Doc risk mitigation.
Keeping with the “360” group of products from Autodesk, they released an update for A360 this week……Markups are back and so is the Calendar! (A360 Blog)
Now to get your hands a little dirty in the Revit API, with this post from arCHI-lab.
If you are thinking about taking an Autodesk Certification Exam, then you need to check out this post from the ASCENT Blog.
Doesn’t everyone want to 3D print their own Stormtrooper? (Between the Lines)
This is an interesting example of Dynamo playing nice with React, find out more over at BIM and Beam.
By now we all know Dynamo can do lots of things with lost of software, but this is the first time I’ve seen someone use it to play with ACAD, find out why in this post from Daniel and Autodesk AEC Software.
More computational design fun, check out the this post from the Dynamo Blog.
We don’t want BIM to just be a world for men, ladies step up and be part! Find out more over at Fear and Loathing in a CAD vs. BIM World.
sign-up for the next FormIt Friday on the 29th of January! (FormIt 360 Blog).
Keeping with tips, here is one for Revit from The Revit Geeks Blog.
Moving along form ACAD to FM, and I don’t me your favourite Rock station on the radio but Facilities Management. (Mistress of the Dorkness)
More updates for Rhythm for Dynamo this week, find out what over at Sixtysecondrevit.
I will end this weeks Roundup with a helpful post about Cyber Threats, and how to protect yourself from them in 2016 (Hagerman & Company Blog).