The process of the massive rebuild, update, and many MANY new Civil 3D Style additions for the Jump 4 AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 is often mind numbing and at times a frustrating task.
All software as complex and ever-changing as AutoCAD Civil 3D has it's "issues" and bugs. I have the unfortunate knack at stumbling upon More than a few that bring the code to its knees. What was the tag line for…Read more
I trust you've figured out that we don't have "technology problems", we have People Issues. This year at Autodesk University 2011 I'm doing more People Skills sessions than ever before. I'm both honored and excited about that.
AU Course Catalog will be available on Aug 16Read more
Earlier this week I fired off a post about the on-going Microstation and Autodesk battle for the State DOT software contracts and how that affects all the rest of us.
In that post, I stated the Bentley software had "lost" FDOT (the State of Florida Department of Transportation) to Autodesk.
Not true. My statement was inaccurate.
FDOT has actually…Read more
This morning I took a few minutes off from AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 Style creation and maintenance for the next Jump Platform products to see the Autodesk rollout webinar on two new Autodesk products with lots More Style. I'm not kidding about the styles either...
AIM Makes Projects Make More SenseRead more
A couple of months ago I saw a Bentley software press release that announced that a couple of their civil engineering software products would now include support for the National CAD Standards 4.0. Ooooooo.
I'm rolling around on the floor laughing. Trust me. It's not a pretty sight.
Autodesk Did Not Even Notice
Autodesk didn't have to do anything to respond to this. An Autodesk…Read more