All posts by Konrad K Sobon

identifying orphaned tags…and Dynamo bugs

This is an old topic. Actually, it’s 2 years old at this point, but just like Autodesk software, it hasn’t really changed much since. 😜 About 2 years ago, a […]

text width shenanigans

I can’t really believe that this is still an issue, or that it was ever an issue. Yet, here we are. Back in Revit 2017, I don’t remember exactly, but […]

playing with Power Shell commands and Post Build events.

So I have been working recently on making the Mission Control (MC) repository, a little more developer/user friendly. I am saying “user” as I am considering developers to really be […]

grids #1

I don’t really know why but…Grids have been on my mind. I know, that sounds weird. I am not sure why but in my recent Revit en-devours Grids have been […]

archi-lab + Patreon

New day, new challenge. It has been a while since I really had time to write posts for archi-lab. I realize that I got a lot of people, new and […]

dll hell is real

Welcome to DLL Hell! If you frequent this blog, you probably read my last attempt at this topic when I convinced myself that Costura.Fody would solve it. Well, not so […]

how not to do data analytics…😎

Roughly two years ago I did this little exercise where I used Mandrill package to parse through Dynamo Forum statistics and come up with a few interesting snippets of information. […]

next chapter

What’s the big news? I quit my daily job at HOK, and decided to spend more time developing my consultancy business, and collaborating with my Bad Monkeys friends.   So, […]

encapsulating addins with costura.fody

  OK, so I think I got a little ahead of myself here. Costura.Fody is great, but the issue of conflicting assemblies persists. I did some more testing on different […]