A recent interview that AUGIworld held with me has now published in their latest September issue. (Pages 53-55)
Whilst there you should also take the time to read the other issues, and if you like what you see, you can register to become an AUGI member here.
Some of the topics covered in the rest of the magazine include:
- Navisworks: A Bridge to the 4th Dimension - Michael N. Smith shows how to simulate logic in BIM.
- Methods for Modelling Complex Geometry – Marcello Sgambelluri demonstrates how new mass modeling tools in Revit enhance the modeling of complex roofs, walls, beams, floors, and, yes, a Revit Cow.
- An iCopy "How To" - How to create and place multiple, infinitely variable copies of an existing iCopy Template Assembly. By Paul Munford.
- Strategies for Memory Management – David Raynor presents a host of memory-management techniques to make sure you’re all work, no wait.
- Adjust the Physical Model with the Analytical – Marcelo Sgambelluri is back, this time with the major changes to the analytical model in Autodesk Revit 2012, a drastic departure from previous versions.
- AutoCAD MEP Implementation, Part 3 – Beth Powell with the third part in a series on MEP implementation. This month, electrical settings.
- An Easy Hand-Off from Engineering to BIM – Follow these tips from Bill Campbell for a smooth exchange between the engineering department and the BIM team.
- Up Next: Your Architecture Career 3.0 – Elizabeth Connor on why there are big bucks to be made in BIM.
- Discovering Cloud Computing – Cloud computing, as a concept, isn’t all that new. Doesn’t matter because right now, it’s red hot. Bill Debevc offers some basics.