The new edition of AUGI World has already arrived, with very interesting content, like working with SketchUp, pininos with .NET and something with Revit.
A kind of analogy made by Mark Kiker has caught my attention, regarding the choice of a destination adapted to the choice of a CAD tool. Although its orientation is more to the design of a destination than to the sale of an existing destination, it seems to me a great article, I suppose that the creators of tools will have considered the same one day. For that matter, if it were a tourist destination, how to offer a traveler an option whose journey is no longer than the time he will be there, where the satisfactions of three days compensate for the savings of 6 months, where extras that they offered are not missed. other alternatives, and above all that the experience is such that it is worth recommending it not only for pride but for being willing to repeat it again.
Not to say if it is a destination to live, work or produce; the approach is interesting, especially if it were applied because although the document seems generic for any CAD platform, it is not possible to deny a certain level of bias for the use of clichés and its link with the brand.
- Solid standard. Does a solid, well thought out format need to be changed every 2.375 years? So we could say that because the velociraptor named shapefile is widely used, then it should be the standard.
- Updated software. Are we referring to liposuction of even years or make-up change of odd years? It would be nice if it didn't require duplicating the team resource and the crazy way of knowing what version of dwg we are getting from a client.
- Learning environment. Strongly agree, the overcrowding of AutoCAD has a great advantage in reducing the learning curve, others less popular should battle harder with this.
- Feedback. Yes, but the wish list is very long always.
- have a large tool belt. Chanfle!
- Support team. Okay, AutoDesk support is not bad, because there's almost always someone around or many on the web willing to help.
- The sharing is valued. Who values it, as soon as it has been valued? ... Oh, they refer to a pat on the back; agree.
- Do not settle for being good, but be the best. I disagree, but I don't want to bias myself either. A software is not the best because it is the most used, we all remember Microsoft with their braying that Windows quality was guaranteed by the market share that bought their software from them.
- Money does not matter. Man, even when you go on a honeymoon, that love does not know mortgages, money If it matters in relation to the return on investment.
Apart from that, I recommend reading this edition of AUGI World, which complements the diversity of educational resources for AutoCAD users provided mostly by technicians who return the best of their experiences to the community for free. If they have not registered, Its worth doing.