AUGIWorld November 2012 Issue Released!
As thousands of Autodesk University attendees will attest, you never stop learning and you always benefit from skillful instruction about the features in your favorite Autodesk product. The learning begins right now as AUGIWorld authors - always willing to share what they've learned - offer a wide variety of lessons in the November issue.
William Campbell will show you "How to Structure a BIM Team" for maximum effectiveness. Martha Hollowell demonstrates how new Revit MEP users can simplify their entry into the program in "Learning Revit MEP from Any Direction."
And Mindaugas Petrikas illustrates, step by step, the creation of a part in Inventor in "A Teapot Tale." But you've only just begun to learn - there's much more in this issue.
Also in the November 2012 AUGIWorld...
Showing Up - Christopher Fugitt discusses the payoff of "showing up" - being engaged, going to the trouble to learn, to collaborate, to dig deeper into AutoCAD Civil 3D software.
GIS Import Options: Pros and Cons - Andra Marquardt investigates two methods for importing GID data into AutoCAD MAP and discusses the benefits and drawbacks to each. Making Breakthroughs in Revit - AUGI interviews Marcello Sgambelluri, a man on a mission to take Revit Architecture to the limit.
Passing the Torch - If you are among those charged with training users in Navisworks Manage, author Jesse Ocon has some expert advice for doing it well.
Fundamentals of Parametric Constraints - Melinda Heavrin gets back to the basics of parametric constraints within AutoCAD Architecture 2013.
Balance: The Key to Effective AutoCAD Instruction - If you want your AutoCAD education plan to hit home with students (of any age), read the key concepts presented by author William Myers.
What Time Has Taught Me - Ammar Berou has learned a few things in his dozen years as a Revit user. Here, he shares some important lessons.
The Seven - If you're planning to make Education and Training a career, or merely another skill to put on your resume, Osama Ali has much to share.
3DBOXX 8920 Put to the Test - Product reviewers Lonnie Cumpton and Bill Debevc put this machine through quite a workout and pronounce it a champ.
Inside Track - AUGIWorld's monthly column presents recent developments in Autodesk and related software items.