AUGIWorld November 2015 Issue
Sharpen Your Skills
The learning never ends for Autodesk product users. Fortunately, there is a wide variety of opportunities for users to sharpen their skills through training. AUGIWorld’s November 2015 issues features industry experts presenting training options for Autodesk product users.
In “The New and Improved Revit Hand: Ultimate Learning + Every Revit Tip, Trick, Technique & Workaround (Known or Unknown),” Jay B. Zallan gives you the key to learning everything about Revit, now and in the future.
And Philip Russo provides “Modeling Coordination Training” for Revit Structure users who like a hands-on approach to learning.
Every article in this issue will address ways in which you can work better, faster, smarter.
Also in the November 2015 AUGIWorld...
Autodesk Design Academy Puts Education First — Mark Kiker interviews Jaime Perkins of Autodesk on the many ways in which the company helps students and instructors.
Parametric Constraints Primer — Melinda Heavrin offers fundamentals for using constraints in AutoCAD Architecture.
The Digital Artist — Brian Chapman explores basic elements including lines, shapes, spaces, and colors in 3ds Max.
Find the Time for Training — Walt Sparling attempts to destroy two myths: that you already know everything you need to know about AutoCAD, and that you don’t have time for training.
Autodesk’s Fusion 360… and Beyond — John Evans dives into the superior CAD-related tools added to Fusion 360 Ultimate.
Also in this issue...
Seven Strategies for Choosing the Right Training Program — Matt Miyamoto and Sash Kazeminejad of Ideate, Inc. offer their opinions on the most important things to consider when looking for a training program for yourself or your firm.
HP’s Z240 Workstations Bring Big Bandwidth — Robert Green describes how HP’s workstations pack a lot of power into a reasonably priced product.
Inside Track — Brian Andresen presents three new AEC-related products from Autodesk and its partners. This month, the Zebra Imaging 3D Hologram Creator; JTD Steel, an AutoCAD add-in for steelwork; and Augment, a mobile app for 3ds Max users.