AutoCAD 2015 Blogger day – One Market Street San Francisco

For a self confessed CAD geek like me, the opportunity to visit the Autodesk's One Market street Offices is akin to being invited to lo round Willy Wonka's chocolate factory!

As part of the AutoCAD day we were given the 'Guided tour' of the AutoCAD design process by Ux (User Experience) director Joanna Co - I challenged Joanna with a question...

AutoCAD 2015 Blogger day – Welcome to Tiburon

Welcome to Tiburon  in Marin Country, Birthplace of Autodesk, and AutoCAD!

Autodesk One Market

AutoCAD 2015 Blogger day – the anticipation

Back in 2005 I attended the first ever AUGI CAD camp to be held in the UK. This was my...

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Which Direction is Autodesk Headed? A tech info rant

When Milt (a.k.a: Drafter1981) posted this I was intrigued and couldn't help but respond.

Just a question sort of….”Which direction is Autodesk headed?” What I really mean is “What is the best way to work or use Autodesk products?” I’m sure this discussion has come up before and maybe I just missed it. The big thing lately has been to use BIM related products…I think. Maybe I'm wrong, I don’t know and that is why I'm asking. I know with AutoCAD things have changed quite a bit and again, “What is the best way to use AutoCAD”?

Again, with BIM becoming and a significant way to work, is it even worth the time and effort to upgrade our skills? Once I get a Revit file converted to AutoCAD for a customer to use, do we really have to do anything with the file? That is why I’ve ask this simple and yet complex question of which direction is Autodesk headed?

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