In this special episode of BIMThoughts I talk with Jim Balding about growing up with computers and technology, learning CAD in school. We also talk about attending Revit Technology Conference RTC this year and why you should attend.

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More information about RTC

The Revit Technology Conference (RTC) is an annual event designed to cater to the needs of the BIM community. Founded and run by users of Autodesk® Revit® software, RTC is the pre-eminent educational and networking event for BIM users worldwide. It is dedicated to the use of BIM tools, processes and workflows and other associated software in the architecture, engineering and construction industries.

RTC is a unique, independent conference covering all things BIM and the whole ecosystem that supports it, and that goes to ensuring your success in the marketplace. No other event brings so many opportunities and benefits together in a single location. As a ‘by users, for users’ event, RTC is the best place to get unvarnished advice from the people who use the technologies to drive their businesses, and the industry as a whole, forward. Business leaders, thought leaders, innovators and implementers; they are all here, and all ready to give away their secrets (okay, some of their secrets…) to aid in the quest for a better, smarter industry, and a stronger, more sustainable environment.

In 2011 RTCem not only held its annual Australasian event, but also broke into the North American market holding its first event in Huntington Beach, California. in 2013, the inaugural RTC Europe event was held in Delft, the Netherlands

2014 marks the tenth year of RTC events, and sees 5 events being held across three continents, with conferences in Melbourne, Chicago and Dublin, and workshops (DTS, below) in Denver and Chicago.

 

 

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