After recently posting about a BIM Diary based in the UK, I was pleased to discover that a similar Australian site has been launched by RTVTOOLS and ThinkBIM. BIMdates.com is already filling up with Australasian events, and is a great way of keeping track of what’s happening down under. [...]
I apologise for any difficulties that you may have had accessing the blog over the weekend. A move to new hosting was necessary and to say it went smoothly wouldn’t be quite true!
I think that everything is back up and running properly, and hopefully the blog will now be more responsive too. Please let [...]
If you’ve ever dabbled with the Revit API or wondered about giving it a go, then you should check out Harry’s blog over at Boost Your BIM. He is very experienced, having worked as a developer on the Revit API team, so if you’re after tips straight from the horse’s mouth (so to speak!) [...]
Well it’s been a busy first day at AU2012. It really started yesterday with a few workshops and customer feedback sessions on BIM, various Autodesk 360 offerings, and subscriptions. Then it was off to the Speaker Social and the Public Relations’ Media and Blogger Reception.
So, why another Revit blog, I hear you ask? Well it was inevitable, if it wasn’t me it would’ve been someone else! So after putting it off for more than a year I thought I’d better get on with it.
I don’t plan on posting several times a day, or linking to the great content [...]
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