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Weekly Roundup – 2016.37

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The week that was in the world of BIM –  for the week of Sept. 11th – Sept. 17th, 2016.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with some Apple news. Last week Apple let the world know about the iPhone 7, some loved it, some hated it, and lots wondered what happened to the headphone jack. But over at the ConAppGuru blog, Rob was wondering what it would be for the construction industry.

Let’s see what’s new over at DynamoNodes this week.

Get Unique GUIDs from IFC File

Compare Two IFCs by GUIDs

Convert .NET Guid to IFC Guid

Convert IFC Guid to .NET Guid

Another week and another installment from There’s no BIM like Home.

PLQ2.5 – Bridging the Attribute Gap

Now for all the news from the world of RTC, from the RTC News Blog.

RTCNA Top Ten

Project management of BIM projects in the US.

RTC Asia 2017 – Committee Planning Workshop and Durian-Fest

Why I speak at RTC

The Golden Ticket

Here is a little preview of what’s coming for Dynamo 1.2 from sixtysecondrevit.

#DynamoBIM 1.2.0 Release Candidate Review

If you have been having issue printing lately (from something from Autodesk) then check out this post from the Synergis Blog.

HAVING TROUBLE PRINTING FROM YOUR AUTODESK PRODUCTS?

Looking for a little help with Revit Automation? Then you need to check out this post from Michael over at ArchSmarter. I saw his RTC NA 2016 session on this topic and it was awesome!

Which Revit Automation Method is Right for You?

Here are a couple of helpful (okay 1 helpful and 1 fun) posts from the IMAGINiT Building Solutions Blog.

Revit vs. Revit LT

Revit Fails – A Top 5

Creating Rolled Plates in Autodesk’s Advance Steel

Now for this week’s AEC/BIM Podcasts

Episode 038 – Madeline Gannon      (Designalyze)

Episode 34 – Wouter Truffino co-founder HollandConTech      (ConTechTrio)

If you missed last week’s ConTectTrio, check out this recap from the ConAppGuru.

This is a really cool article about wood frame construction and, tall wood structures from Builtworlds.

Tall wood structures rising above doubts

It’s been a while be here are a few posts from Steve over at Revit OpEd.

Fill Pattern Alignment

Trim Multiple and Multi-Select

This next post from What Revit Wants is over my head, but really that doesn’t take much.

How To Allow TeamViewer Access Through an SSH Tunnel to an EC2 Proxy Server

How about a little Landscape Architecture love, for landarchBIM of course.

Make Hardscape Follow Topo Update

If you aren’t sure what the biggest new thing is for Construction tech, then you should check out this post from the Hagen Business Systems blog.

The Most Revolutionary New Construction Technologies

Generative Design is way cool, and so is this chair! (It’s Alive in the Lab)

Fusion 360 and Project Dreamcatcher Elbo Chair

Now for the weekly gatherings from the ConAppGuru.

The Guru’s Gathering: A Collection of Blogs for Construction September 16, 2016

I will end this week’s Roundup with a Post from AUGI about a topic I often get asked about, what kind of computer do I need to run Revit. I think Jay did a great job with that exact question in this post.

What Is the Best Computer for Revit?

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