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Advise for New Users
Everyone starts off new and ready with an open mind at some point in their career. This month’s issue makes that beginning stage a lot easier thanks to our own AUGI authors.
Read great advice and handy helping tools that can make sure you succeed with using CAD or BIM software.
|In the February 2022 issue:
- Trending Technologies: BIM 360 Design — Eric Wing informs us about his opinions and advice he has on “reliable technologies” and the background behind BIM 360.
- From Novice to Master… Forge Your Career Path — Dana Rice writes from 22 years of experience and offers advice and gives over five wise and helpful career tips.
- What is Classification and why is it Important? — Marin Ljuban introduces us to the digitalization of the construction industry and, “…many opportunities in all parts of the building lifecycle,” as Marin says.
- 3ds Max: Tips for Beginners — Brian Chapman goes through helpful tips for beginner users in creating better content using 3Ds Max while diving into details about Topology, UV mapping, and lighting.
- Considering Making the Jump to Point Clouds? — Nate Philbrick writes and compares Propeller and Autodesk products to compute stockpile volumes.
- LayerApps: Filling in the Gaps — Paul Li speaks on AutoCAD background and talks about the missing user needs in that area and gives advice to use her LayerApps tool to fill in your own gaps using AutoCAD.
- Autodesk Civil 3D: Project Explorer — Shawn Herring takes a further look at Project Explorer extension in Civil 3D: How it’s used, capabilities, and design.
- Eight Messages Tech Managers Should NOT be Sending — Mark Kiker talks about messages you might want to delete instead of send and how your messages that you have sent could’ve came off in a negative way.
- Inside Track — Brian Andresen brings us more opportunities to advance our skills, processes, and workflows in our firms using the most current AEC related software and hardware updates that are available.