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    What Revit Wants: BIM Hardware and Software Survey 2017


    I kind of hate surveys. They seem to be a bit of waste of time, right? Hypocritically, I have created a mini-survey on Twitter. It covers topics like:
    • primary BIM software in use
    • BIM hardware, including OS, number of monitors, RAM
    • BIM project types
    • BIM user experience
    • BIM standards in use

    Please feel free to navigate through the questions below and vote on them.
    You have 7 days
    I usually use
    — Luke Johnson (@lukeyjohnson) September 17, 2017
    I run Revit on
    — Luke Johnson (@lukeyjohnson) September 17, 2017
    I use
    — Luke Johnson (@lukeyjohnson) September 17, 2017
    The graphics card in my main workstation is a
    — Luke Johnson (@lukeyjohnson) September 17, 2017
    My main workstation has this much RAM
    — Luke Johnson (@lukeyjohnson) September 18, 2017
    I have been using BIM for
    — Luke Johnson (@lukeyjohnson) September 18, 2017
    Most of my BIM projects are related to
    — Luke Johnson (@lukeyjohnson) September 18, 2017
    My BIM projects usually comply with
    — Luke Johnson (@lukeyjohnson) September 18, 2017
    I look forward to seeing the results…
    The post BIM Hardware and Software Survey 2017 appeared first on What Revit Wants.



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    Luke Johnson | Autodesk Expert Elite Member
    Author of What Revit Wants
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