For the second day in a row I have an exciting announcement. We have just released our Revit Platform 2009 Technical Note as a Subscription benefit for all customers with entitlements to a Revit 2009 product. What is this technical note you say?
Well, it is a comprehensive paper that discusses best practices for optimal performance and productivity within the Revit 2009 family of products. It is required reading for all Revit users interested to know this information straight from the Product Teams themselves.
It is the result of a comprehensive effort among the Designers, Developers, Quality Assurance, Consulting, Customer Success Engineers, and Product Managers, and we are excited to get this information straight to users.
Some major topics that are discussed:
- Project Structuring
- Linked Files
- Hardware Optimization
- Large Model Performance
As somebody who interacts with Revit users on a regular basis, I know these are all topics of much interest to firms implementing Revit. I would especially recommend that MEP users read the MEP-specific section, as it contains information and strategies to optimize the performance of your MEP models, which is something I encounter frequently in the market.
It is our hope that this information is very useful to you all, and we welcome your comments or concerns that are started from the document. There will be Discussion Forum threads to spur this discussion, and I'll add those links later today.
And like yesterday, here is a video showing how to access the White Paper.
Note: Be sure to Right-Click->Zoom->Full Screen inside of the embedded video player to see it in all its 1024x768 beauty. You you can download the full video by clicking on the linked title.