By: Zach Kron

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Dynamo 1.3 Release

Hello Dynamo fans It's been a bit longer than usual, but we're happy to announce the latest release of Dynamo.  There's a longish list of what's new in this incremental release, so grab a cup coffee and settle in for a read.   Dynamo Core Functionality Geometry Working Range For folks who have had trouble with geometric operati

Learning from Autodesk University 2016

  Have you settled back into the New Year?  Have you already broken some resolutions about working smarter not harder?  Are you looking for a little diversion as you wolf down your sandwich sitting at your desk?  Have no fear, the glamor and excess of Vegas-style design computation is right at your fingertips! Every year, of t

Dynamo for Revit 1.2.1 bug fix update

Have you noticed a little green cloud in the upper right corner of your Dynamo for Revit?  We've released an update to 1.2! This is simply a bug fix for a late breaking critical bug, where Dynamo Player takes all of 1 processor when launched. You can upgrade simply by clicking on the green cloud and following the instructions, or downloading t

Webinar: Winning with Dynamo

On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM CEST, Dieter Vermeulen, Technical Sales Specialist AEC at Autodesk, will host a webinar in which he will show you how Dynamo can help improve designer workflows in any discipline of the AEC world. Attend this webinar to: Understand the power of Computational Design in daily project challenges L

Dynamo 1.2 Release

Autumn is upon us, and we have lots of new functionality in Dynamo 1.2, as well as significant improvements to stability and performance.  Some of the most apparent changes are additional tools we have added to enhance list manipulation workflows, and a large number of new Revit functionalities for Annotation and other areas.  Download the new D