I have a couple of other topics in queue for my next articles: The first topic is a summary of some very interesting classes that I could not attend in Auckland, during RTC AUS 2013 (see my previous post about it). So, I am reading the handouts, and then I will publish my comments about those classes. The second topic that is in stand-by is how to model a special chair that Gary Page sent me by email from Auckland. We talked about this chair, face to face,
Updated Today at 01:07 AM by Alfredo Medina
"Sorry, you can't fly!"
There were two moments during this trip when I thought that I was not going to make it to the event. The first time was at the Miami airport. At the last minute, I had to change my itinerary. The reason was that I had misunderstood some information, and did not apply for a transit visa for Australia. I paid a lot of attention in getting a work visa for New Zealand, but I overlooked the need for a transit visa
Updated 06-16-2013 at 09:13 PM by Alfredo Medina
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 06-13-2013 at 07:23 PM by Alfredo Medina