Autodesk University 2012. More than 8,000 attendees from many different countries. Some 700 live classes to attend. Some 250 virtual classes to watch. Some miles to walk back and forth, up and down... Some pounds to gain, some drinks to drink... People everywhere, each of them with a different schedule of events. The chances that someone you know crosses your path are rare. Sometimes you find the same person 3 times, sometimes you never see someone
Updated 03-15-2013 at 04:34 AM by Alfredo Medina
Well, it's that time of the year again. I have the honor to be a speaker again, and the pleasure to spend some days meeting interesting people, and learning interesting things, again.
These are the three classes where I will be participating this year:
About Derek Renn's class, MP1537-L
I will be a lab assistant for Derek Renn (from Kelar Pacific) in his lab
Updated 11-18-2012 at 07:43 PM by Alfredo Medina
In this month of October, last week, I had the pleasure to attend a "Gunslinger" event, due to a kind invitation that I received from Autodesk. What is it? It's a week of activities inside the Autodesk office in Manchester, New Hampshire, getting to know the new features and ideas that will be (or might be) part of the next versions of Revit in 2014. A Gunslinger is an experienced Revit user who is invited to test all these
Updated 11-01-2012 at 07:13 PM by Alfredo Medina
The title of this blog article is a question that I see frequently in all the forums I visit. Let's make a list of the possible solutions for modeling a roof:
Roof by footprint
The slope arrow tool, and the offset value of lines in the sketch can help to solve some roofs
Updated 04-25-2013 at 06:04 PM by Alfredo Medina
Today I want to write about different ways of solving the same problem: parametric tangent arcs, that need to flex and stay tangent to their adjacent lines even if those lines are flexed in x or y. I have contributed with solutions to two of these questions in forums. Therefore I have divided this blog article in two parts, like this: Part 1: "The Qatar Pointed Arch", and Part 2: "Revit Trigonometry Problem".
Part 1: "The
Updated 10-02-2012 at 12:07 PM by Alfredo Medina