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Scott Sheppard
Alameda, California
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Typepad HTML Email I think you are right! I tested your theory, and it worked as you suggested. It let air out (with aroma) but no air back in.
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I am usually the first one at work on the 2nd floor of our One Market office. There may be other people already here on other floors, but I am almost always first on my floor. The second person who... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at It is Alive in the Lab
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Project Rosenfeld is our interactive, mobile application that lets you quickly capture existing building conditions and create 3D models for energy analysis. To use it, you take photographs with an iPad and are guided step-by-step as you digitally capture and... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at It is Alive in the Lab
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Autodesk University is where customers come to "take classes" on how to use what Autodesk has to offer. It is a global event. 08/20-21 — AU Australia 08/26-17 — AU Japan 09/03 — AU Brazil 09/16 — AU Russia 10/13-14... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at It is Alive in the Lab
Typepad HTML Email Thanks Buddy. I have updated the blog post to use a 5.5% increase per year. It cut 2 years off of the time for a return.
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Why is 3D printing called 3D printing? If you think about how traditional printing works, you take a piece of paper, put it through a machine, and a head moves across it spraying ink forming the letters that make the... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at It is Alive in the Lab
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One of the things we're passionate about at Autodesk is sustainability. For many employees, this impacts our work lives as well as our personal lives. For example, that's one of the reasons my wife and I made improvements to our... Continue reading
Posted Aug 21, 2015 at It is Alive in the Lab
Typepad HTML Email Unfortunately the information you supplied is not a publicly accessible URL that I can access.
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Autodesk Labs has a few kinds of technology previews. Project Expo is a Confidential Technology Preview that was not listed on the Autodesk Labs home page but is now going public in search of more project applicants. Users request to... Continue reading
Posted Aug 19, 2015 at It is Alive in the Lab
Typepad HTML Email Just like for the other question, please email labs.revit.solar@autodesk.com , and one of the team members can get back to you.
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Typepad HTML Email For the quickest answer, go ahead and email labs.revit.solar@autodesk.com , and one of the team members can get back to you.
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Not really. An Autodesk ID is free. Anyone can get one. Now in the case of this specific preview, the team is interested in hearing from customers who regularly use Simulation Mechanical, CFD, or Moldflow as to how the Arro technology would fit into those existing workflows. The technology preview relies on the flex licensing mechanism to operate.
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There's another issue of Innovation Edge, the Autodesk Labs newsletter, available for your perusal. This brief publication highlights technologies and utilities available on Autodesk Labs. Something people don't always know is that technology previews are free. All we ask is... Continue reading
Posted Aug 18, 2015 at It is Alive in the Lab
Typepad HTML Email My relationship with an artist begins and ends with his work. Ruth Rundgren (Todd’s mom) told me to separate the man from the music many years ago. I don’t care what Todd has for breakfast or anything about his personal life. I buy the music and attend the performances, and that is plenty enough for me. My amazement is that I still find value in what he has to offer as an artist.
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Typepad HTML Email When it’s a glitch, customers are pretty forgiving. When we consider fixing defects or bugs, the severity, frequency, and risk of each are evaluated. · The severity reflects how bad it is (e.g., typo, annoyance, feature does not work as promised, crash, loss of data). · The frequency reflects how likely it is to happen (e.g., everyone will encounter this every time, this only happens with a certain type of data or on a certain hardware configuration). · The risk associated with a defect reflects the complexity and amount of code that has to change to correct it. Anytime we fix a problem, we run the risk of breaking something else. So as a project progresses, the bar gets raised higher and higher as to what gets fixed and what gets deferred. All of this is done by product core teams (i.e. project management, QA, SW DEV, marketing) who hold daily scrub meetings using a list of defects/bugs in a defect tracking system. The software vendor is responsible for the defects and bugs.
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My hovercraft is full of eels. Here's what we want to avoid. "Dirty Hungarian Phrasebook" is a Monty Python sketch aired in 1970 on Monty Python's Flying Circus. The popularity of this sketch has led to the phrase "My hovercraft... Continue reading
Posted Aug 17, 2015 at It is Alive in the Lab
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Is it just me? I am writing this blog article to find out. On Saturday, thousands of airline passengers were stranded across the country because flights had to be canceled. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) deployed a software update that... Continue reading
Posted Aug 16, 2015 at It is Alive in the Lab
Thanks for the offer, but the competition is for bragging rights. Nobody's getting paid. :-) Sent from my iPad
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Typepad HTML Email So I guess casino visitors are “winners” one way or another.
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Typepad HTML Email I am fairly confident I will listen to Todd’s music until I die. J
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Typepad HTML Email I have responded via email.
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Source: The ANIMATORIUM (Oblio and his dog Arrow) Project Arro is our ongoing tech preview program for capabilities under development for SimStudio. It is confidential and invitation-only. The goal is to engage with customers so we can incorporate feedback as... Continue reading
Posted Aug 12, 2015 at It is Alive in the Lab
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I think it's safe to say that we could all use more time. Project Dalton is our free technology preview of a 1D flow analysis tool that allows you to develop and analyze complex piping systems and distribution networks. It... Continue reading
Posted Aug 11, 2015 at It is Alive in the Lab
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Project Kameleon is our free technology preview where you can try our new infrastructure model content authoring tools that are compatible with InfraWorks and AutoCAD Civil 3D. The technology preview includes a stand-alone .exe Parts Editor that enables authoring Inlets,... Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2015 at It is Alive in the Lab
Typepad HTML Email I have responded via email.
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