Thus ends a chapter.

I’m hoping to start posting more… a lot more. I want to begin with the end. Today marked the end of a chapter of my life that I honestly did not plan on ending. I planned on it lasting at least long enough to be a part of my kids’ lives and possibly even further.…

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The Value of Certification

Autodesk places a lot of emphasis on using Certified Hardware with Certified Drivers to aid in their quality assurance efforts. I’ve found however that I tend to lose more work when working with Certified Hardware run by Certified Drivers than on non-certified hardware with non-certified drivers. I made a graph to illustrate my personal experience:…

Don’t fret!

For the 3 or 4 of you who still hold on to that last thread of hope that things will begin appearing here again, just a heads up. Our server host is moving servers around over the next couple of days. There may be some hiccups in service. We’ll be getting them taken care of…

Worksharing: Rule #1

When working in a workshare Revit project, there is only one rule when playing the workshare blame game: He who smelt it, dealt it!

Shift Tab

Protip: Use shift more…

Protip: Tabbing through elements too fast and miss it? Hit shift+tab to go back one or two.