The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of March 6th, 2016 – March 12th, 2016.
Lets start this weeks Roundup off with a post about a bunch of “Bad Monkeys” from Havard Vasshaug.
This next post is about Construction Blog sites, and I’m honoured to have made the list, checkout who else is on it over at the ConAppGuru Blog.
Have problems sorting out all the element hierarchy in Revit, then check out this post from the landarchBIM blog.
It’s been a while since Revit 2016 R2 came out, but not everyone has made the leap yet, so for those people check out this great recap by the RevitCat.
It’s always fun to learn new (or different) way to do things in Revit, so check out this new Tutorial from The Revit Kid.
Here is another helpful video post from BIM & Revit World
Lets head over to RVIT for a Revit Tip on Network Licenses.
If you have been using, or testing the new BIM 360 Docs, you will want to check out this post on the new features from the BIM 360 Blog.
What to have some fun with Dynamo, Revit and AutoCAD with your Structural Space Trusses, then head over to Autodesk Revit Structure now.
Lets take a look at the AEC/BIM Podcasts that came out this week.
If you missed last weeks ConTechTrio podcast, here is a recap from the ConAppGuru Blog.
Lets checkout all the news from the wonderful world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.
Not everyone is a Revit pro, so for those just startign out this is a great post on some Modeling Basics from CAD Digest.
Are you looking for some top tips for Revit Families, well the Revit Kid has it for you.
When working with Revit and BIM Coordination is a big part of it, and that’s what this post in the AUGI Library is about.
Now that we know what’s new with the RTC gang, lets checkout the what we learned from What Revit Wants this week.
Looking for some Sub Totals in your Revit Area Schedule, check out this post on the IMAGINiT Support Blog.
This week there was some great (as always) new content posted by the Parametric Monkey.
When working with and software, or workflow it’s best to have a strategy, and its no different when it comes to training for that software or workflow. Check out this post from the BIM Jedi about training strategy.
Keeping with good stuff from The BIM Jedi, check out this post about 2016 Revit Print Issue.
Dynamo is a very cool tool, but some of the things people come up with to do with it really blows my mind! (Revit beyond BIM)
Some helpful info on wall wraps in Revit from the Ideate Solutions Blog.
Keeping with quick tips, here is one from the CADD Microsystems blog.
Lets see what’s new this week over at Dynamo Nodes.
This is kind of cool, a post that tells you how to use Google Drive as a Revit Server (The Architect’s Companion)
Here is the Guru’s Gatherings for this week, complements of the ConAppGuru’s Blog.
Who doesn’t like Hyper travel! Now you can do your part to make it happen, check out this post from It’s Alive in the Lab.
The Dynamo world is growing, and so is the user group base, check it out over at the Dynamo Blog.
Before we end this weeks Round with some fun from John, lets check out his post on sixtyseconrevit this week.
I will end this weeks Roundup with a funny tweet to do with FormIt 360, Dynamo Studio and the Movie Office Space! Yes I know i should have has this as last weekend closer, don’t know how I missed this gold from John Pierson