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Nancy Spurling Johnson


Nancy Spurling Johnson is the content director for Longitude Media, publisher of Cadalyst. Nancy is a former editor-in-chief of Cadalyst.


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Smartgeometry Event Pushes Limits of Architectural Design   16 May, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Professionals and students alike collaborate using advanced computational software and conventional tools.

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Canon Continues to Court CAD Market    25 Apr, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Latest wide-format printers and multifunction devices are optimized for AutoCAD and more affordable than ever before.

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NVIDIA GRID Appliance Designed to Speed 3D Modeling, Rendering for SMBs   2 Apr, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

New turnkey system can simultaneously support as many as 16 users of Autodesk Design Suites, SolidWorks, and Adobe Creative Suite.

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G2 Crowd Puts CAD Software Reviews in Hands of Users   14 Mar, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Comparing itself to Yelp, the new site aims to become the go-to resource for companies evaluating new products.

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Is Protecting IP a Thing of the Past?   12 Mar, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Open your eyes to a future full of opensource design possibilities.

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NVIDIA Packs Yet More Muscle into Latest Quadro Cards   7 Mar, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Starting at $199, new Kepler-based GPUs offer best-yet graphics- and compute-processing power for professional CAD applications.

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CadFaster Launches MyCadbox for Fast, Cloud-Based 3D Model Sharing   5 Mar, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Now available as a public beta test in PC and iPad versions, the tool supports viewing, coviewing, and markup of STEP files — with DWG support coming soon.

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Autodesk Unveils New Brand   26 Feb, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Said to be "the most significant branding update in the company’s history."

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Q&A with Mike DeLacey: BIM and the Rebuilding of U.S. Infrastructure   21 Feb, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Microdesk president discusses how technology will support efforts in the coming year to recover from weather disasters and rebuild crumbling bridges and roads.

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Q&A with Rick Rundell: Technology, the Contractor, and the Future   17 Jan, 2013
By: Nancy Spurling Johnson

Autodesk director says construction will become a more precise, more efficient endeavor based on "digital reality" rather than abstract geometry.

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