The BIMsider’s favourite posts from the world of BIM – for the week of July 8th – July 14th, 2018.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a fun post from Jason over at RVIT with some wallpapers (p.s I call it snoopy’s doghouse too!)
2) Autodesk made some news this week when it bought Assemble (TenLinks)
Autodesk Acquires Assemble Systems for BIM
3) 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 8 July 2018
4) Who doesn’t like free stuff, head over to The Revit Kid to see how to get some Enscape swag.
Enscape3D – Free Sample Projects and Files
5) While I’m a Revit guy, I did start out way back when with ARCHICAD version 1, so I’m always interested to see what’s new. (AECbytes Blog)
6) All the news from the world of BILT from the RTC News Blog. And a busy week it was!
Take A Walk On The Wild Side: BILTna Arch Tour
BILTna Gala Dinner Theme: Reimagine History: Steampunk!
Data Day 2018 – One Month to Go!
7) One of the events happening pre-BILT NA (as always) is the DTS, Design Technology Summit (DTS News)
DTS 2018: AI, People Management and Challenging Practice Norms
8) Open source is always a good thing, learn more in these 2 posts
Conductor is now free and open! (proving ground)
Conductor Revit & Rhino add-in becomes free and open source, bringing Trello boards inside your models (zhukoven blog)
9) Learn what the next generation holds for BIM in this post from The BIMFreak
10) I will end this week’s Roundup with a post that got lots of reaction on both sides from the ideate software blog
Dynamo or Third-Party Software: Choose the Right Tool for the Job (check out LinkedIn for all the comments)
Until next week,
LinkedIn: Carl Storms
Podcast: The Simply Complex Podcast
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