What’s Left for 2008: Bentley Reveals All (Almost) By Rita Stange, ConnectPress Senior Editor In this morning’s welcome ceremony Bentley Chief Marketing Officer Edward Mueller announced that this year’s BE Conference here in Baltimore, Maryland soared with over 2,000 registrations representing 50 different countries. In addition there were more than 70 journalists, 179 industry speakers [...]
Here is a great place to go and get some of the Tips and Tricks you may need in Microstation… It is the Microstation Connections web site. There is a lot here for the Ustn user. A free membership sign up may be required.
This past week I hit 600,000 page visits on the blog site. – Yeehaw!! Back in January 2008, I passed the 500,000 page hits. Here are some stats… Page Loads 604,169 (average per week – 5100) Unique Visitors 302,178 (average per week – 2900) Biggest day ever = Tuesday 29th April 2008 at 4,836 hits [...]
I just returned from presenting three classes at the Salt Lake City CAD Camp. It was a well attended event in downtown SLC. Matt Murphy “Revealed” several classes. David Cohn presented on Annotation Scaling for Text. There were Civil, Architectural and Manufacturing focused classes. I presented on CAD Leadership, Preventative CAD Management and working with [...]
I attended the AUGI CAD Camp today. It was located near LAX airport. It was a great event. AUGI provided a wide range of educational presentations. Matt Murphy was the master of ceremonies, as he does so well at so many events. He presented some of his “Revealed” topics. Other presenters included Robert Green on [...]
We had the May RUGIE meeting at HMC Architects. The turnout was about 35 or so. We had the opportunity to hear about e-Specs from Seamus McGrady of Interspec. This tool works with Revit to pull the appropriate spec sections from Master Spec. Scott Davis of Autodesk then showed us the power of the Revit [...]
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How many of these do you remember? 1982 Autodesk founded AutoCAD introduced and shipped 1985 Autodesk goes public; IPO of 1.6 million shares at $11.00 per share 1989 John Walker, founder, relinquishes management to Alvar Green 1992 Carol Bartz named Chairman, President and CEO 1993 Autodesk acquires Woodbourne 1994 Autodesk ships 1,000,000th copy of AutoCAD [...]
We have looked at how the end users might drive the development of the software, but what about the owners of our designs? Do those who inherit the creations we design actually have any input into the software tools that we use? My Opinion – Yes they do. Sometimes they actually drive the whole market. [...]