The BIMsider’s favourite posts from the world of BIM – for the week of Dec. 2nd – Dec. 8th, 2018.
I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off by letting you all know that if you want to go to Edinburgh, Scotland in October of 2019…the here is your chance abstracts are now open for BILT Europe 2019!
BILT Europe 2019 Call for Abstracts
2) Keeping on the BILT theme here are a few posts from the RTC News Blog from the week.
Computational and Generative Design
New Roundtable Session
3) Are you feeling a little “Hackie” today, then check out this post from Jason over at RVIT.
WINDOWS REGISTRY HACK AND MODEL CHECKER CONFIGURATOR
4) 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 2 December 2018
5) You should “Like” this post from Konrad about Data analytic over on his archi+lab blog, while there find out what’s next for Konrad.
How not to do data analytics…
6) How about a couple of post about Dynamo, yeah I thought you might like that 🙂
A moon over Marin… (Livingroomcraftz)
…and be clean everywhere (Livingroomcraftz)
Lay down and die, goodbye (Just shut up and do BIM)
7) In the words of Johnny Carson, this next post is some “Weird and Will Stuff” from the RevitCat.
Weird Railing Stuff – part 13 – Handrail Support Family Types (part 12)
8) If you use BIM 360 Design this will be an interesting post for you, from Village BIM (French Post)
BIM 360 Design vs. Autodesk Desktop Connector
9) There is not a lot out there about BIM 360 Ops, so always happy to see a new post from Mistress of Dorkness about it (even is the answer from ADSK is not the best).
BIM 360 Ops – Will it feed data back to Revit?
10) The December issue of AUGIWorld is now out, head over to the AUGI site and get your copy.
AUGIWorld December 2018 Issue
Until next week,
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