CADDManager on August 5th, 2013
This entry is part 3 of 8 in the series Leadership Dispositions

Your Leadership style may be focused on improvement and improving everything.  You look for ways to make things better, to streamline processes and reduce process steps.  You are in tune with the best ways of getting things done and finding the little step that can be removed, reduced, refocused or realigned to make things faster. […]

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CADDManager on August 1st, 2013
This entry is part 2 of 8 in the series Leadership Dispositions

Your leadership is driven by getting things done.  Results are what you are all about. Whether it is small or large tasks.  Your work or helping others.  What you think of first is getting done.  The project needs to stay on track and on time.  The effort must be completed.  The task at hand must […]

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CADDManager on July 31st, 2013
This entry is part 1 of 8 in the series Leadership Dispositions

I was asked recently about my leadership style.  Everyone has a leadership style.  It grows out of your disposition.  Your disposition is your habitual inclination or tendency to think in a specific way. It is the way you generally look at things.  You may be born with it or it may develop over many years.  […]

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CADDManager on July 29th, 2013

Last week Autodesk announced their intent to release training content under Creative Commons licensing.  This will make the released content FREE to those who chose to use/reuse it.  Some of the released content will be : Autodesk online help—Online help for many Autodesk products, including its embedded media such as images and help movies Autodesk […]

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CADDManager on July 24th, 2013

I took some time to attend SIGGRAPH 2013 yesterday.  I have been to the event several times over the years and this year it was in Anaheim, CA – very close to where I live.  So I drove out and took a look at the show floor. Having attended before I could not help but […]

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CADDManager on July 17th, 2013

I am always looking for new tools…  Just announced today…  a new Import from Google Utility and Point Station and Offset Report Utility for IMAGINiT’s Utilities for Civil 3D. In addition to the new Utilities, IMAGINiT has also enhanced the existing AutoOffset Utility to include compatibility with the 2014 version of Autodesk Civil 3D. Read […]

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I had the opportunity to review a recent book from Sybex/Wiley.  This book is part of their Autodesk Official Press.  the authors are Ryan Duell, Tobias Hathorn and Tessa Reist Hathorn. Summary: The book is a very good introduction to the essential areas and uses of Revit Arch as a BIM tool.  It explains concepts […]

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CADDManager on June 28th, 2013

Bentley is holding half day free seminars using buzz words like RAM and STAAD. Here is some info… The Bentley Structural Team is traveling to 20 North American cities this summer to deliver complimentary, half-day tech seminars, including (possibly) a city near you!  Spend a morning with us to learn how Bentley’s comprehensive structural software […]

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CADDManager on June 25th, 2013

Here is a PDF file that contains the minimum system requirements for AutoCAD from 2000 up to 2014.  It includes PC and Mac requirements. Mac 2014 is not defined yet. It is interesting to see the standards ramp up over the years.  These are minimum amounts and do not reflect the best or top notch […]

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