For those of you that attended RTCNA 2015 in DC and missed my classes, or couldn’t make it to RTCNA 2015 this year at all, below are the outlines of my classes as well as the handouts.
One of the things I love about RTC events is the community, and their love of Twitter. Even if you are’t at the event you feel like you’re there because of the play-by-play you get on Twitter. In honor of this I have put together my Top 10 Tweets and Twitter Threads from RTCNA 2015.
In residential architecture, as well as other types, it is often a required part of the working drawing set to be able to show the roof overhang as a hidden line on the floor plan views. Out of the box, Revit doesn’t do this because Revit shows it as it’s built. Some may call this WYSIWYG or, what you see is what you get. Meaning that in the real world we don’t see a dashed lines on the ground so we know there is a roof above. To get Revit to do this there is a simple work around that I have outlined below.
Updated – April 6th – Session dates and times now listed with session descriptions.
Last Thursday & Friday (Mar. 19th & 20th) the RTC NA (Revit Technology Conference North America) Committee sent out the acceptance letters to those submitter’s that had been chosen to speak this year. Out of 300 Submissions, 100 got selected, and I’m very proud and lucky to have been selected twice this year!