AUGI members worldwide write articles, papers, tutorials all the time. Here we host that material on our site in a manner that allows readers to find what they are interested in. We have sections in a number of areas, some related to products and others management and organizational issues.

English Articles

  • Have You Set Up Your LUG Yet?

    by chadcrowell

    February 4th, 2015

    If you aren't active in an AUGI local user group (LUG), you're missing out on a great networking and education resource. Shaun Bryant shows you how to get involved.
  • Product Review: MWF - Metal Wood Framer

    by jrgeimecke

    January 30th, 2015

    Joshua Geimecke provides a product review for Metal Wood Framer (MWF) software from StrucSoft Solutions Ltd.
  • Developing Leadership Insight

    by mark.kiker

    January 26th, 2015

    Inspired by an article in the Harvard Business Review, Mark Kiker helps CAD managers discover areas from which they can glean insight.
  • Power in a Mid-Year Extension

    January 22nd, 2015

    Mike Thomas explores Vault 2015 R2, which includes a significant number of new features. Take a look!
  • Establish a Pattern of Learning

    by dbarker423019

    January 20th, 2015

    David Barker offers some thoughtful advice on developing your strengths, gaining wisdom, and sharing your talent with others..
  • Letter from the President - January 2015

    by R. Robert Bel

    January 19th, 2015

    President R. Robert Bell updates the AUGI organization about activities for January 2015.
  • The AECO Landscape

    by Jay Zallan

    January 16th, 2015

    Author Jay Zallan helps you strategize BIM projects.
  • ACA Display Themes

    by melindaheavrin

    January 14th, 2015

    Melinda Heavrin instructs on the creation and use of Display Themes in AutoCAD Architecture.
  • Cross-Training Platforms

    by Kimberly Fuhrman

    January 12th, 2015

    Get ready for a workout, of sorts. Author Kimberly Fuhrman explains why you need to cross-train in the Revit environment.
  • Revit MEP API Leveraged for Construction

    by keastman379599

    January 8th, 2015

    Kenneth Eastman demonstrates how SysQue uses the Revit MEP API to make Revit a construction tool.

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