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Weekly Roundup – 2018.18

The BIMsider’s favourite posts from the world of BIM –  for the week of Apr. 29th – May 5th, 2018.



I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off a with another Roundup, but this time it’s all about the Add-ons…Revit Add-ons.

Roundup – For Apr 23-29, 2018, New and Updated Revit Add-ins on the Autodesk App Store

2) Are you looking to learn how to program the Revit API? If you take a look at this upcoming workshop by Michael from ArchSmarter.

Revit API Workshop

3) Maybe Dynamo and Python are more your things, then check out this post from Luke at What Revit Wants about a seminar (by Sol Amour) on just that topic.

A Lesson on Future Practice: Dynamo and Python in Everyday Use

4) Becuase you can’t get enough training or learning especially about cool stuff like Dynamo here is another great workshop to check out for our friends in Australia from the Parametric Monkey.

Parametric Monkey launches public workshop series

5) The May issue of AUGIWorld is out now from AUGI, don’t miss John Pierson great Dynamo article in this month issue!

AUGIWorld May 2018 Issue

6) Helpful info from What Revit Wants this week for getting your Revit Lookup 2019 up and running, with a big thanks to Jeremy the Building Coder for doing the code work each year!

Installing the Revit 2019 SDK and RevitLookup 2019

7) In case you missed any of Dan’s posts this week on his blog BIM Chapters here is his weekly recap.

BIM Chapters Update – Week of 29 April 2018

A Golden Nugget – The New German-based Sample Project by Autodesk  (this was my favourite post of Dan’s this week)

8) All the news from the world of BILT from the RTC News Blog.

BILTna 2018 Keynote Speaker Announced!

But I just want Revit? What’s on at BILT ANZ

Challenging Our Industry – Gender Diversity in AEC and Technology

Can BIM content scale during projects that go on for miles?

Why am I attending BCS Europe 2018?

The Why’s and What’s of shaping a valuable BILT Europe programme

9) Find out what the BIMFreak will be doing as she moves on to her next BIM adventure.

And so it begins

10) Last week I ended the Roundup with a tweet from Dan Rossiter about SAP, this week he has added more details about that tweet on his blog There’s no BIM like Home.

PLQ 3.4 – SAP Likes It Hot

I will end this week’s Roundup off with a great tweet from the BIM Track team for May the 4th (Star Wars day).

Until next week,


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