The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of May 8th, 2016 – May 14th, 2016.
Lets start this weeks Roundup off with a new (to me) BIM blog that is very interesting as its about someone (Dan Rossiter) applying BIM to their house. Check out this week’s post (and past ones) below, all from There’s no BIM like home.
All past post in order starting with, you guest it the Prologue, after the break.
No matter how you spell it we all need to do a better job at collaboration. (TangibleBIM)
If you work with CAM software (like CAMduct) then you will want to see this post from The Revit Saver.
Lets see what cool things we can learn from Luke over at What Revit Wants this week.
We are still getting a few posts about what’s new in Revit 2017.
In case you missed last weeks ConTechTrio, here is a recap by one of the trio, the ConAppGuru.
If you missed the CEO Tech Fourm 2016, here is a cool interview from the ConAppGuru Blog.
This is an interesting post, actually guest cast study on The Revit Kid site this week, check it out.
Lets have some fun with Wall Openings in this post from BIM 42.
Here are this week offerings from Revit OpEd, always good stuff, which includes this week talk about his new podcast.
This is a cool post about Dyanmo and over coming the struggle of a missing Revit Add-in (Revit.com.AU).
What’s new this week in the Wonderful world of RTC, find out over at the RTC News Blog.
Last week John posted this tweet
This week he adding some more info about the tweet on his blog, sixtysecondrevit.
Why not keep the Dynamo training going with this interesting post from Revit Dynamite and Ammo.
Dynamo and a Russian Dome…….because why not! (Punto Revit).
Here is another post about the BIM Periodic Table, check it out over at NBS.
Wait, what was that I just tagged? find out in this post from The Revit Geeks Blog.
Looking for a little help finding filter rules in the Revit API, check out this post from Boost Your BIM.
It`s always good to have a few tricks up your sleeve for looking after your Revit Files, check what the BIM Jedi has up his sleeves.
If you are having issues with your Revit family template files, then check out this post from the IMAGINiT Support Blog.
More help from the IMAGINiT Support Blog, this time if you can see your C4R projects.
This is a new blog to me, but what this guy can do with Revit, Dynamo and “Lego” is awesome! Check it out over at While You Were Syncing.
After a week off, here are the new post from DynamoNodes this week.