2014.08.01

Get Advance Pass for AU2014

The Advance Pass sale (which is new this year) continues until August 19. Registration for Advance Pass holders opens August 20. Everyone else gets to register a week later, which a greater chance to get the classes you want. When you buy a pass, Autodesk sends you a code that you use during registration. 

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2014.07.31

RTC Europe 2014

Dublin, Ireland
Thursday 30 October – Saturday 1 November 2014

Building on the success of the 2014 Australasian and North American events, RTC comes back for its second year in Europe, with the venue set in the beautiful Dublin Castle, at the centre of a truly unique capital.

Dublin

RTC is an event covering Building Information Modelling in all its aspects, with a core focus on workflows centred on Autodesk Revit, as well as complementary and alternative applications. This is a unique ‘for users, by users’ event, where experts and leaders in the field of BIM share their knowledge and experience, express their passion and exchange their insights.

As an independently-run conference created by industry professionals like you, we strive to produce the best BIM event you’ll get to each year. RTC focuses on the best use of the best tools, techniques and processes - not just for the technical experts, but for business leaders as well, with an entire stream of sessions dedicated to business leadership. We are also committed to cross-discipline and cross-sector engagement, with a regular attendee base from all design disciplines, construction, building owners, developers, facility management, quantity surveying, project management and academia.

This year’s program in Dublin boasts a rapidly expanding cohort of European experts including returning speakers such as Pierre Roscelli, Håvard Vasshaug and Graham Stewart, as well as those new to the roster, such as Rebecca de Cicco, Mattias Sahlberg, and David Philp. More classes for contractors, more classes on API and third party tools, more of everything! This year’s event runs for 3 days, hosts 70 classes, and spends Friday night at the Guinness Factory! This year we also introduce RTC Labs to the European event. An opportunity to work hands-on in a class led by some of the top Revit gurus worldwide, these classes always fill up fast (only 40 places per session) so make sure you take the opportunity to work on projects under the tutelage of great teachers like Steve Shell, Brian Mackey and Julian Benoit.

We want you to learn and to be inspired, and to inspire others to become better. Many of our past attendees have benefited from strong career advancement—we’d like to think it’s because they’re the people we attract to our events, and because we facilitate some part of their growth as industry professionals. There is a reason why over 90% of past delegates want to come back! To learn more go to www.rtcevents.com/rtc2014eu.

2014.07.17

AUGI HotNews - July 2014

HotNews
Read the full issue (must be logged into AUGI.com) in your browser. The full issue contains the below articles, plus sections - Forum Hot Topics, Heads Up, Articles You May Have Missed, HP Workstations, Autodesk News, AUGI Members' Blogs...

2014.07.03

AUGIWorld July 2014 Issue Released!

AUGIWorld July 2014
Management is an aspect of everyone's job. You may lack a management level title or job description, but managing your drawings, your personal workflow, your productivity, is a big part of your professional life. With that in mind, the July 2014 issue of AUGIWorld delivers strategies for the manager in all of us.

In "Managing Your Project Data with Autodesk Vault," Bryson Anderson discusses the importance of data management and shows how Autodesk Vault can assist in this endeavor for users of AutoCAD Civil 3D software.

Curt Moreno challenges AutoCAD users to step up and manage quality assurance and quality control in "QA/QC and CAD: Why It Doesn't Matter (Because You Don't Do Either)."

You'll pick up some great management advice from these and the other articles in this issue.

Also in the July 2014 AUGIWorld...

BIM Management Preamble - Jay B. Zallan shows you how to get to the top of your game in this article that offers a basic outline for managing the BIM process.

How to Import/Export Custom Tab Content - In the AutoCAD space, tip guru Michael Beall presents a lesson in moving custom tab content from one AutoCAD version to another.

The Hidden Impact of NOT Having a CAD Manager - Mark Kiker envisions a company without someone acting as CAD manager. It's more costly than you might think.

Revit Fails and Fixes - Todd Shackelford provides advice for working around Revit software's issues with speed, visibility, and more.

Ten Best Practices for Better Revit Performance - CASE and HP present a tidy list of 10 actions you can take today to increase Revit performance.

Inside the Display System - AutoCAD Architecture expert Melinda Heavrin takes managers, and others, through the software’s Display System.

Also in this issue...

Max Management Tips - Brian Chapman explores the Scene Explorer feature in 3ds Max 2015.

Product Review: The BenQ BL3200PT - For those who think there's nothing noteworthy about monitors, Curt Moreno introduces you to one that might just change your mind.

Small Business Design Data Management - John Evans looks at collaboration via the cloud for small and medium sized businesses and some of the developers that are facilitating it.

AUGIWorld July 2014 Issue Released!

2014.06.19

AUGI HotNews - June 2014

HotNews
Read the full issue (must be logged into AUGI.com) in your browser. The full issue contains the below articles, plus sections - Forum Hot Topics, Heads Up, Articles You May Have Missed, HP Workstations, Autodesk News, AUGI Members' Blogs...

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