March 18th, 2011
As I am trying desperately to find the time to blog, Autodesk have seen fit to invite me to a private view of some Autodesk webcasts going live on Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd March. Us lucky bloggers who have been invited to these private webcasts have been given permission to to Blog/Tweet etc. about the new features which will be highlighted.
This is awesome news for those of you who don’t beta test, and are desperate to find out about what’s included in this years release. I can’t wait, and I largely know what’s coming!
If you wanna find out the new features first, then …CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING
January 18th, 2011
So, weâ€™re now sailing through the first month of 2011. There is only one thing that any self respecting Autodesk Revit enthusiast is thinking about… Revit 2012!
Itâ€™s been almost 12 months since the release of Revit 2011, and Iâ€™m itching to get my hands on 2012 and to start to play around with some of the new/improved features.
The big difference between this year and previous years is that recently I have signed up to beta test both Revit and AutoCAD. That means I know whatâ€™s coming, and that makes me all the more excited. I donâ€™t really know the ins and outs of it. Do beta testers get to know and test all the new features of new releases? Or, do Autodesk hold back some features to surprise us on release day? Iâ€™m hoping itâ€™s the latter and there are some unknowns thrown in for me to have a play around with.
But, it’s not just the geeks that should be looking forward to new releases. The companies that pay the substantial sums of money to benefit from the software should be itching too. The new features and improvements to each new release can …CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING