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GaliciaCAD, many free resources

GaliciaCAD is a site that gathers a good amount of useful material for engineering, topography and architecture. The majority of existing resources are free to use, although some require membership, with an annual membership of 20 Euros that includes a CD with 8,000 blocks. If it is for partners, always ...

Geophysics: 2010 Predictions: GIS Software

A couple of days ago, in the heat of a stick coffee made by my mother-in-law, we made some hallucinations about the trends set for 2010 in the Internet area. In the case of the geospatial medium, the situation is more static (not to mention boring), a lot of this is already said in the medium term ...

GvSIG 1.9 stable arrived. Hurrah!!!

This week the stable version of gvSIG 1.9 was announced, of which we had the RC1 in August and the Alpha in December of 2008. This version possibly makes history, because the maturity is enough to promote it for municipal use, without being belittled by small things that ArcView 3x did and that gvSIG ...

Arivte, a lot for Civil Engineers

Arivte.com is a community, with a lot of traffic from Peru but its general interest content in different areas of Civil Engineering. A little complicated the access to the subjects, because the format is of forum with subforums, what affects in dispersion of content but once registered and that you find the thread, ...

TopoCAD, more than Topo, more than CAD

TopoCAD is a basic but integral solution for topography, CAD drawing and engineering design; although he does more than that in an evolution that has taken him more than 15 years after his birth in Sweden. Now it is watered by the world, in 12 languages ​​and 70 countries although it does not seem to have achieved a ...

List of Software I have reviewed

I spoke recently what statistics means to talk about software, specifically 11 programs that represent the 50% of visits that come by keyword. It is difficult to give recommendations of which software is better, because it depends on different context conditions (and silver), the most I can aspire is to write and give my impressions; ...

Destination CAD or Resignation CAD?

The new edition of AUGI World has already arrived, with very interesting content, such as working with SketchUp, pininos with .NET and something with Revit. It has caught my attention a kind of analogy that makes Mark Kiker, regarding the choice of a destination adapted to the choice of a CAD tool. Although its orientation ...

5 agreements on the political crisis

I have tried to keep this blog apart from topics that lead to subjectivity and cause the soul to be stressed by particular opinions (except football); but, to live some years, to work others, to almost be born there and to develop friendships with many natives has done that at least dedicate a post to entrelinear the subject. Me…

GvSIG 1.9 and 2.0 Stable in July and September

Formally, definitive aspects of the scope and dates established for the release of stable versions of gvSIG have been announced. The answer to two basic questions is very valuable: 1. When will gvSIG 1.9 be released? 27 of July of 2009 2. And when will gvSIG 2.0 come out? 15 of September 2009 We hope that the effort in ...

Bentley Mexico will offer courses

Bentley Institute has announced a series of MicroStation certified courses, with different themes and specializations, at the Bentley training center in Mexico City. The courses are aimed at the different branches of the Bentley product line: Consulting engineers, civil engineers, electrical engineers, structural engineers, surveyors, instrumentation engineers, developers, ...