What a Mesh! is back into action. A year has gone by, with a
big change for me, moving from Product Management in AutoCAD into Product
Management within Suites. The teams I work with are developing common
components and standards to be used across all applications, in order to ensure
more consistency, a smaller learning curve, and better interoperability. It’s
definitely a buy life.
As you may have heard, Autodesk has just released new
Suites, trying to target solutions for specific workflows instead of just being
a collection of applications put together in a bundle.
In the upcoming posts we’re going to see improvements in
interoperability from design applications into visualization applications.
We’re also going to focus in particular in some applications that may not be
too well known, but are present in pretty much all tiers and flavors of the
Suites. Sketchbook Designer and Showcase deserve a lot of attention, since them
alone can bring unprecedented value to your work in AutoCAD, Revit or Inventor.
What a Mesh! used to be very focused around AutoCAD. I’ll
keep posting some interesting tips around AutoCAD, even though the focus will
now be more around the use of several applications together.
Stay tuned for the following posts. Whenever I include
videos, they will be hosted in my YouTube channel, and everything will be
posted both in English and Spanish.