So I’ve been pretty quiet on the blog front this year (that’s kind-of an understatement!). It’s not that I don’t have much to share, but it seems like every day passes way too fast.
The main reason though for my practical non-existence in the blogging world is that in the summer of 2013, I started the trek down the BIM 360 road with Glue and Field. I was one of only a select few that were chosen by Autodesk to partake in being trained on the BIM 360 products in the US. The BIM 360 products are not like the majority of the Autodesk software and Autodesk didn’t release these products to all of the channel partners/resellers. So much of my time that I have “free” (time that I’m not spending with customers around a handful of products), I’ve been diving into BIM 360 Glue and Field
I’ve tossed around how I wanted to share my knowledge around BIM 360 Glue and Field. The biggest question I was asking myself was whether or not I wanted to keep this blog just Navisworks info or if I wanted to turn it into more of a Navis/BIM 360 blog. Well, I’m going to do the latter. With both product lines having some similarities/differences and being able to work together, I figured it was best to keep the info all in one place.
So in the near future, you’re going to start to see BIM 360 information along with Navisworks on this blog. Hopefully I can also start to clear the air a little on the many questions people have around BIM 360 Glue and Field compared to Navisworks…specifically around Glue vs Manage.