First let me start by offering my congratulatory birthday wishes to the “Between The Lines” blog by Shaan Hurley. Seeing that most blogs die within a matter of months, reaching the 5-year mark is a monumental achievement. Now back to our regularly scheduled program. Since switching
You’ve probably noticed things have been rather quiet for the last couple weeks here at The CAD Geek. My reason for the silence is simple – vacation. This year I returned once again to the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and had a most wonderful time.
While I personally thought Autodesk would announce next (not this) release would be the final release of Land Desktop, the announcement itself really comes as no surprise. Since the Technology Preview release of 2004, Civil 3D has evolved from a really cool new technology to a
The current trend, especially for government projects, seems to be towards providing a BIM deliverable with your submittals. And so I ask a very fundamental question, what is BIM? Yes, I know its definition, Building Information Model, but what does it mean to create a BIM
If you have stayed current on your Tech News, you have undoubtedly heard about Google Sites. For those unfamiliar with the Google Site’s service, I’ll provide the Cliff Notes version. Launched February 27, 2008, Google Sites is a wiki platform targeted towards small and medium sized
Over the last several months I have been working my way through the ever popular Mastering AutoCAD Civil 3D 2008 book, written by the gang over at Civil3D.com (Engineered Efficiency). As a fellow member of the blogosphere, I have had the privilege to establish a professional