All posts by Konrad K Sobon

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 […]

creating revisions and adding them to sheets

This topic came up recently in an email from one of my Patreon supporters. Daniel asked if there was a way to automate the Drawing Index Schedule, and the little […]

Controlling Imported Categories visibility w/ Dynamo

I have previously written about controlling – or at least being able to obtain their state – visibility settings of Categories. In this write up I will be showing how […]

dismissing Revit pop-ups – the easy and not so easy ways

Recently I have worked a little on a Revit functionality that required me to either come up, or dig up some of the existing methods for dismissing Revit pop-ups. The […]

placing damper families at intersections of duct and wall

So I haven’t done much MEP work on this blog, simply because I used to work in Architecture so most of the tasks that I have ever worked on were […]

Bad Monkeys at PROCAD Expo 2020

I am pleased to announce that I will be speaking briefly at the PROCAD Expo 2020. Here’s a brief description of the conference: PROCAD EXPO is the biggest CAD, CAM […]