The Book is here!

The book is here
After a VERY long wait this cycle, I am happy to announce that today I received my copy of The Aubin Academy Master Series: Revit Architecture 2011.

This is the 2011 edition of my Revit Architecture book: Paul F. Aubin’s Mastering Revit Architecture 2010. This year we have re-branded this and other books under the new banner of “The Aubin Academy Master Series.”  This was done for a few reasons. First, there was already (and has been for some time) another title called “Mastering Revit Architecture.” It is by another publisher and by different authors. So part of the re-branding is an attempt to eliminate some of the confusion caused by having two different books with essentially the same title. The other reason for the switch is to help group all of my books (4 titles this year) under a single banner.

Here is a photo of the actual book! Now I really do believe that it has published because I am holding it in my hands!

To give you a sneak peak at some of what you can expect to find in its pages please visit some of the previous posts like these which include excerpts from the topics in the book on making custom elevation tags:
Elevation Tags Part 1
Elevation Tags Part 2

And this excerpt that details the process of setting up shared coordinates in a Revit project.
Excerpt for Chapter 6.

Book Dataset
The book no longer includes a CD/DVD. You download the dataset online.
You can find the complete dataset for the book here.
This is on a page hosted by the publisher. To see the complete book page on CengageBrain (the publisher’s site), click here.
The Aubin Academy Master Series: AutoCAD Architecture 2011 – Due October 27
The Aubin Academy Master Series: Revit MEP 2011 (co-authored with Darryl McClellan, Martin Schmid and Gregg Stanley) – Due in December

5 Responses to The Book is here!

  1. michaelbrumm says:

    Congrats Paul!

  2. I love the part about ???[The candidate is] inquisitive enough to take advice from many conflicting perspectives, wise enough come to their own conclusion, and have the character to convince others that what they propose is the right thing to do.???

  3. Gary Madjedi says:

    I’m about three quarters of the way through the book. And that’s been more than enough to convert my long running past of Softdest-ADT-Autocad Architedture to Revit. Great book worth every penny… but then I knew it would be after the Lynda Series.

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