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CAD Manager's Column: Overhead Bad — Billable Good Article
Overhead Bad — Billable Good   22 Jun, 2022

CAD Manager's Column: As the economy slows, being seen as an “overhead” expense can put your job at risk. Find out how to explain to upper management why the CAD manager is an active “billable” role and that you’re integral to getting work out the door quickly and profitably.More>>

Herrera on Hardware Article
The Mini Fixed Workstation: HP’s Z2 Mini Presents Another Compelling Proposition in Form Factor   16 Jun, 2022

Herrera on Hardware: The traditional fixed workstation platform continues to evolve to serve a wide range of preferences and demands. More>>

Introducing Python for CAD Article
Introducing Python for CAD   15 Jun, 2022

CAD Programming: Open-source language offers intriguing features for CAD programmers.More>>

CAD Manager's Column: To Stay on Top of Tech — Read More Article
To Stay on Top of Tech — Read More   8 Jun, 2022

CAD Manager’s Column: The best way to stay in front of new technology, software, trends, and issues is to read more daily, weekly, and monthly — how do you best find the time and how do you use your time wisely?More>>

CAD Cartoon — June 2022 Article
CAD Cartoon — June 2022   7 Jun, 2022

CAD Cartoon — June 2022More>>

CAD Manager Chronicles Video
CAD Manager Chronicles, Episode 1: Communication   3 Jun, 2022

VIDEO: Use elevator pitches to build communication with upper management and your team. These short conversations should bring clarity and build management support. More>>

Civil Engineering: Digital Twins Find Their Place in Construction Article
Digital Twins Find Their Place in Construction    1 Jun, 2022

Civil Engineering: While the construction industry might not be quick to adopt new technology, the emergence of digital twins could change that approach. More>>

IIJA Act Triggers Flood of Infrastructure Work Sponsored
IIJA Act Triggers Flood of Infrastructure Work   31 May, 2022

AEC industry looks for technology to help handle wave of projects.More>>

How Did Our Data Get So Messed Up? Article
How Did Our Data Get So Messed Up?   25 May, 2022

CAD Manager's Column: Data and storage protocols are in worse disarray than before COVID-19 — what do we do?More>>

Intel’s 12th Generation Core CPUs Mark an Inflection Point in Workstation CPUs Article
Intel’s 12th Generation Core CPUs Mark an Inflection Point in Workstation CPUs   19 May, 2022

Herrera on Hardware: Alder Lake signals a departure for Intel in more than one way, as 12th Generation technology, performance, and market positioning all shift substantially from previous Core generations.More>>

The Why and How of CAD StandardsWhite Paper: The Why and How of CAD Standards
CAD standards are a much more complex — and perplexing — challenge than in the past. This 15-page guide includes Robert Green's entire four-part series of CAD Manager columns on standards, explaining how to craft standards for the modern CAD ecosystem and more. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


A CAD Manager's Guide to Reducing ErrorsWhite Paper: A CAD Manager's Guide to Reducing Errors
This guide from Cadalyst compiles three of Robert Green's well-respected CAD Manager columns: a two-part series on adapting quality control techniques for CAD, and an overview of common CAD management mistakes. Get on the path to greater efficiency, fewer mistakes, and better results! From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.