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Feb 01, 2007


Wes Macaulay

Revit's success is not surprising: once people figure out how to use it, they realize that there's no better way to work. Revit has long been ready for prime-time use but it's taken this long for the industry to build up a user base. Any software is valueless (to both developer and potential client firms) without knowledgeable users! Knowing how to use software is possible more valuable than the software itself...

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