The week that was in the world of BIM – for the week of Aug. 14th – Aug. 20th, 2016.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a new (rebranded) product from Autodesk in the BIM 360 brand of products…BIM 360 Team is here (BIM 360 Blog).
BIM 360 expands to support design team collaboration
There was some issues with Windows Updates and Revit this week, learn more in this post from CADNOTES
Revit Plot conflicts with Windows Security Update
Some more enjoyable reading this week from There’s no BIM like home.
A little helpful tip for those that are new to Dynamo (or just not Revit API folks) from The Architect’s Desktop.
More Dynamo fun, this time from The Revit Kid.
Dynamo Tutorial – Rotate Multiple Elements on Their own Axis
Here is part 2 of the ConAppGuru’s recap of the AGC IT Forum.
2016 AGC IT Forum Conference Day Two (RECAP) (Part 1)
If you work with Revit and Landscape Architecture then you really should read this post from landarchBIM.
Revit and Landscape Architecture: The Issues
Check out this weeks post from the Revit Saver.
Harvey’s Evaluation of Processes: Fabrication Parts vs. SysQue
Some helpful tips and Revit knowledge from What Revit Wants this week.
Making Your Own Adaptive Dimension Tool for Revit
Spam Alert – Companies or Persons using whatrevitwants in Spam email campaigns
How to Delete Any Type in Revit
All of the news from the world of RTC for this week, from the RTC News Blog.
Returning Text Strings From Lookup Tables in Revit
And our new RTC ANZ Committee Member is…
The Olympics of Design Technology
Time for this week’s collections of AEC / BIM Podcasts.
Episode 30 – AI for Photos and Videos with Josh Kanner & Construction Tech News. (ConTechTrio)
There was a new course released this week over at ThinkParametric about Dynamo delivered by Konrad Sobon.
Create Custom View Filters using Dynamo
I know some people and companies are not yet ready to embrace the “Cloud” but if you are in the Construction Industry maybe this article will help to change your mind. (Line/Shape/Space)
Virtuality Check: 3 Ways Cloud Technology in Construction Can Solve the Skilled-Labor Shortage
Keeping with the Cloud theme, let do some BIM Checking there too, find out what I mean in the post from Extranet Evolution.
BIM Assure: cloud-based model checking
This post from Revit beyond BIM will give you a few more options for your AU class selection this year.
Join us and learn at Autodesk University 2016
Take these words of wisdom from The BIM Freak and become a BIM Leader.
This next post is a really cool write-up as well as video from The B1M about the Hudson Yards project going on now in New York.
Hudson Yards: Building New York’s New District
Now it’s time for the Guru’s gatherings for the week, from the ConAppGuru.
I will end this week’s Roundup with a post about AU 2016, and how it is better to register earlier than later. (AU Blog)
Register for Autodesk University Las Vegas 2016