The last post I made was about an experimental technique I'd created for running Revit API add-ins as scheduled tasks. This was a part of my Autodesk University 2011 virtual presentation, which is online now. If you don't have access to the AU Online website I've uploaded the slides and handout and the sample code for the Revit Remote Boot and Html Server Admin are on Github. This was a pretty niche topic, but it was fun to dive into, and I hope people got some good use out of it. It's worth noting that Revit Server 2013 is now out, and makes a few changes which could affect this code (I'd be interested to hear if you were using this code).
This change in employer has meant that I've not been working as much on Revit add-ins as I used to, hence the lack of posts on the topic. I am however still tinkering away with it in my spare time, and have a few ideas floating around my head for nifty ways to use the new 2013 API features which I hope to post about in the future.
Convoy, my iOS app to make it easier to communicate when travelling in a group of vehicles. Primarily it includes a graphics overhaul which is thanks to Vanessa Grixti.
This and other projects I've been working on are great as they give me the chance to dive into some product development/management, which is an interest of mine, I've been blogging about these sorts of topics over at Cejest, but I'm planning on moving those posts over to this blog.
In addition to these posts, I'll be writing more about general software development topics, both technical (C#, ASP.NET MVC, iOS etc) and non-technical, including posts on workflows, development practices etc. A reminder that if you aren't interested in reading this, and just want Revit content, there's a link to a Revit topics only RSS feed on the right of the blogs main page.
If you've got any feedback or questions feel free to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or ping me on twitter (@rodh257).