All posts by Konrad K Sobon

removing controlled parameters from view templates

It’s been a while since I wrote a post on Dynamo workflows, but it has also been a while since I have been using Dynamo for anything. I kind of […]

how to maintain revit plug-ins for multiple versions

One thing that we all have a love/hate relationship with is API breaking changes. Yes, we all love shiny new toys, but they usually break our old reliable tools. What […]

swapping titleblocks…the easy way

This particular workflow came up recently when one of the Design Technology Managers at HOK asked if it was possible to swap bunch of Titleblocks for a different one, while […]

submitting code to DynamoRevit repo

With the Dynamo 1.3 release, there was also a new version of DynamoRevit tools that were released. Some of you might already know this, but DynamoRevit is nothing more but […]

printing PDFs from Revit…why is it so hard?

Disclaimer:  If you don’t have to, please don’t reinvent the wheel. I am a proponent of just going out and buying the tools you need to do your job, rather […]

code signing of your revit plug-ins

So as I have been developing increasingly more Revit plug-ins these days, I finally came to realization that the stupid security warning about Untrusted Publisher that Revit shows on startup […]

positioning computational designers in your business – more things to consider

Nate Miller from Proving Ground has recently written a thoughtful post on Computational Designer. I found it spot on in some regards, but also felt that, some things were left […]

digging through revit warnings to find meaning

This post is a shorthand version of a workshop that I was teaching recently at AEC Symposium and Hackathon that our kind folks at TT organized. I think it originally […]

dynamo forum analytics with mandrill

Recently Jostein Olsen has tweeted this: #DynamoBIM #Community Some asks, others answers, and I guess some of us are just addicted. pic.twitter.com/wZCP6TUCi3 — Jostein Olsen (@Jos_ols) November 18, 2016 …and […]