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In the next weeks, I will be participating in two different events. The Autodesk Expert Elite Summit, and the Revit Technology Conference in Auckland, New Zealand. I want to dedicate this blog article to talk briefly about these events.
The Autodesk Expert Elite Summit
I will be in San Francisco, California from next Tuesday the 7th, until Thursday the 9th of May. This event is organized by Autodesk personnel, and it takes place
Updated 05-07-2013 at 10:00 PM by Alfredo Medina
I am glad to announce that I have completed another series of tutorial videos, as part of the series that I am producing for Axiom. This series contains 180 videos of 5 minutes each: 15 hours of video.
Updated 04-25-2013 at 06:07 PM by Alfredo Medina
Polymath, sort of strange and beautiful word. Sounds like the name of a geometrical figure, or like some esoteric science. Actually, the word is used to refer to a person. Not an ordinary person, for sure, but one who shows outstanding talents on several different fields. Leonardo da Vinci is the favorite example that encyclopedias like to use to describe a polymath. This word has been used, with justice, to refer to this extraordinary man who is the subject
Updated 04-11-2013 at 09:40 AM by Alfredo Medina
Imagine the tip of a pencil attached to a fixed point in the circle that is rolling in this animation, below. As the circle rotates, the pencil creates this special kind of arc known as the Cycloid. I would like to write about this today. Let me mention the credits, up front: I borrowed this nice animation of the Cycloid from a Wikipedia article, at this link, and I read about this interesting topic in Aaron Maller's blog, Malleristic Revitation, at this link.
Updated 04-12-2013 at 10:38 AM by Alfredo Medina
Some time ago, My friend Jeff Hanson, from Autodesk, posted the picture of this cat in a thread at the Autodesk Revit forum, to express that, in Revit, there is usually more than one solution to solve the same problem, saying that "there is more than one way to skin a cat". Jeff and I have participated in some threads in which he presents a solution and I present another. So, we have baptized that picture that he posted as "The Revit Cat"
Updated 02-22-2013 at 11:12 PM by Alfredo Medina