AUGIWorld September 2017 Issue
Are You Paid What You're Worth?
Whether you’ve already had the annual “merit meeting” with the boss or it’s still looming on your 2017 calendar, it pays (literally) to enter the meeting with some hard facts. And figures. Among the benefits of an AUGI membership is the September issue of AUGIWorld magazine featuring the Annual AUGI Salary Survey.
Salary Survey Manager Melanie Perry collects and analyzes the salary, education, and work environment data that you and your colleagues provide, then presents it all in a cool mix of snapshots to help you determine where you stand in comparison to colleagues in your industry. Dive into the 16th annual survey and the other articles featured in the September issue.
AutoCAD for 3D Modeling and Visualization — Xavier Loayza speaks to those who are visual learners—about three-quarters of the world’s population. In this article, you’ll learn more about AutoCAD’s Point Cloud tools, adding context to visualization, and creating realistic renderings.
Customizing the Graphical Column Schedule — Jason Boehning and Marcello Sgambelluri team up to step you through the use and customization of the Graphical Column Schedule in Revit Structure software. This comprehensive article will give you what you need to make the most of this feature.
Tech Manager Show and Tell — Mark Kiker advises you to speak up about what you have accomplished. But as you’ll learn in this article, there’s a right time to do it, a proper way to show it, and a compelling way to tell it.
A Civil View from Your Seat — Todd Rogers offers a look at the Autodesk Collection featuring InfraWorks, Civil 3D, and Civil View software. With plenty of screenshots and how-tos, this article provides many helpful tips.
Get Fast, Stay Fast with Intel and HP — Go from zero to 60 with Intel, HP Turbo Drives, and HP Performance Advisor. Robert Green examines what you’ll need to achieve peak performance.
Also in this issue…
- Expanding on Details — Brian Chapman expands on a previous article to show you how to add complex details to your 3ds Max scenes.
- AEC Wall Objects — Melinda Heavrin explores walls in AutoCAD Architecture 2018. Wall styles, editing tips, customized wall surfaces, and endcaps are covered.
- Inside Track — Brian Andresen presents three new AEC-related products. This month: Autodesk Live Viewer, which lets you open and explore interactive visualizations created in Autodesk Revit Live; AdvArray, a parametric array type modifier for 3ds Max; and Revision + Cloud Manager, which helps manage revisions, clouds, and sheets.