AUGIWorld November 2014 Issue
Let AUGI Teach You a Thing or Two
When it comes to sharpening your design skills through continuing education and training, you don't want to "wing it." Rather than take a haphazard approach to professional development - for yourself or your staff - create a detailed education plan.
Here to help are AUGIWorld authors in the November 2014 issue.
"Autodesk in the Classroom," Mark Kiker interviews Autodesk's Don Carlson about significant offerings Autodesk makes available to students and educators.
Author Dat Lien shows you how to "Make Your AutoCAD Training Grow Roots" by fine tuning AutoCAD for optimum performance.
Kimberly Fuhrman helps you reach peak performance in your Revit environment in "Cross-Training Platforms."
Also in the November 2014 issue:
Introduction to Revit Macros - Troy Gates instructs you with a step-by-step guide to using macros in Revit MEP.
5 Mistakes of a Rookie CAD Manager - Paul Munford allows you to learn from his mistakes as a fledgling CAD manager.
How to Control Revit File Sizes - This month's Technology in Practice article by CASE and HP provides strategies for file size control.
Revit MEP API Leveraged for Construction - Kenneth Eastman highlights innovation in add-ins available from resellers and others via the Revit MEP API.
ACA Display Themes - Melinda Heavrin walks you through the creation and use of display themes in AutoCAD Architecture.
The AECO Landscape - Jay Zallan offers a high-level overview for achieving true success with BIM in AECO environments.
Establish a Pattern of Learning - David Barker provides thoughts on preparing yourself for optimum learning experiences.
Also in this issue...
Customizing Leads to Productivity in Grading Projects - Michelle Rasmussen shares tips for making grading easier in AutoCAD Civil 3D software.
Inventor iLogic Notes for Assembly Drawings - John Evans divulges what he learned from the iLogic Assembly document functions that are used to automate drawing creation.
Inside Track - Brian Andreson highlights three Autodesk-related products. This month: Revizto, a tool for sharing BIM and CAD models; the newest line of MTower workstations from @Xi Computer Corporation; and the Sefaira Plug-in and Sefaira Web App for model performance analysis.