The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of March 13th, 2016 – March 19th, 2016.
Lets start this weeks Roundup off with your chance to get the new and improved BIM After Dark Volume 3, which was re-released on St. Patrick’s Day with new and updated Content from the one and only The Revit Kid.
Check out what the Parametric Monkey was up to this week with these posts
More multi-post Gold, this time from the godfather of Revit (and BIM) Blogs, What Revit Wants.
The gang over at BIM & Revit World have also been busy this week, check out their post below.
Lets check out this weeks BIM podcasts
We can’t forget about all the fun from the world of RTC this week (can you believe the RTCNA early bird sold out in 24 minutes!) from the RTC News Blog.
Hey Early Birds! RTCNA Registration Opens Tuesday! (was sold out in 24 minutes this year)
This next post has a nice video about presentation of elevations in Revit, from The Architect’s Digital Design Guide.
There was an update posted form Revit 2015 & 2016 this week, find out more in the post from Revit OpEd.
If you are in the construction industry and missed the AGC last week, don’t worry here is a recap from the ConAppGuru Blog.
A few weeks back The BIM Jedi posted a Blog about Training Strategy, well this week he posted part 2.
Dynamo and Landscape…..they are better partners than you might think, don’t believe me check out these posts from landarchBIM.
Still more Dynamo, bu this time playing nice with FormIt 360, check it out over at the FormIt 360 Blog.
With just about everything we use these days begin software based this next post is helpful to have in your back pocket then next time you are looking for a new software. (CN3D Construction’s Blog).
Time to swing by the Library and see what’s new…….the AUGI Library that is.
In this post form ArchSmarter we learn why we should all have a project Dashboard.
Anchors’ Away, find out how to use the Anchor tool in Revit from this post over at cadline Communnity Blogs.
If you are wondering how to copy sheets between Revit projects, then wonder no more and head over to the RevitCat Blog.
just in case you haven’t heard Autodesk is making a big change to it’s Subscription model, check out this post from Microsol Resources Blog.
Here is another useful blog from the Microsol Resources Blog, this time about C4R.
Now lets take a look at the Guru’s gatherings for this week (ConAppGuru Blog).
We all know BIM adds value, but what can it do for Low cost or Temporary Housing, check out this post from the AECbytes Blog.
Here is a post from the Synergis Blog for the Revit MEP folks out there.
More Revit Electrical fun, this time from Applying Technology to Architecture.
On the Construction site, one of the big buzz words (phrases?) is Lean Construction, check out this post from BIM 360 Blog.
There is always lots of action each week over at the Dynamo Nodes site, see what happened this week below.
I will end this weeks Roundup with a Tweet that is Totally True!