All posts by Konrad K Sobon

Creating a Self-signed Code Signing Certificate

The “why” Some time ago I have written a post about obtaining a code signing certificate to sign your Revit DLLs and satisfy their requirement for plugins. That article is […]

Bad Monkeys + AEC Tech Masterclass

It’s that time of the year. As every year, for the last few years, TT will be running/organizing an AEC Tech Symposium. For the last few years, that also includes […]

Bimbeats/Bad Monkeys will be at Section Cut!

Bimbeats and by extension Bad Monkeys have been invited to participate in what shapes up to be an interesting conference on practice operations. In the year’s past I would have […]

WebView2 and Revit’s Dockable Panel

I was recently asked by a client to have a look at embedding a WebView2 browser control into Revit’s Dockable Panel. Seems like a pretty straight forward request. I did […]

handling the revit 2022 unit changes

Yes, this one was a long time coming. I am not saying that anyone should be surprised with the new way of handling units in Revit API, but at the […]

using bimbeats to prevent accidental occurrences of users working directly in a central file

What and why. I don’t normally write about Bimbeats since it’s a paid software, and I feel like promoting it on my blog would somehow violate my integrity. At the […]

few more comments about materials in revit, dynamo, APIs etc.

It’s been a while since the last time that I was looking at Materials in Dynamo. Literally more than 5 years. Here’s the last write up I did on that […]

code signing assemblies with GitHub Actions

If you are working in the AEC space you probably get annoyed by the fact that Revit constantly warns you about the unsafe assemblies that you want to load into […]

one way to manage your Git project

This workflow is something that I was introduced to by a friend of mine – Mostapha. Obviously, I have been using GitHub to store and manage my code for quite […]