All posts tagged computation

importing PDFs made easy

Recently when I was scouring the Dynamo blog for a question that would be remotely useful I came across a request that I could sink my teeth into pretty quickly. […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

creating view sets

This came about as a request from a colleague of mine from our Washington DC office. It turns out that they do a lot of printing (duh), and their View […]

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 […]

AEC Technology Symposium and Hackathon…

It’s that time of the year again! TT’s AEC Symposium, Hackathon and Workshops are here, and I will be attending again, so should you! I am actually proud to say […]

mandrill release 2017.12.2

First and foremost, huge thanks to everyone that has supported Mandrill on GoFundMe.com by donating money. You guys/gals are the best and you have totally exceeded my expectations by coming […]