Well, happy new year to all of you who are reading this. This is the first entry of 2019 and it’s hard to believe that I have been here writing in this blog for 7 years. I started writing in here in 2012 and in a way the readership has grown a bit. Hopefully I can find time to put more content in here so I can really make this blog grow because from what I am seeing the followers haven’t increased since setting this up. But I will find a way to get the numbers up.
Anyway to start off the New Year with regards to constructions, real estate and Auto CAD, I will say that I have seen some homes for sale around my area and I have to say that the this particular house on the corner which was built in the 1950’s has been renovated years ago and the inside of it looks nice. I wish I had pictures of it but I drove by it and only managed to see it. I remember when it was first on the market the inside of it looked pretty dull and old and the triple garage looked average. But I guess the people who renovated the house not only did the house well but managed to renovate the garage too because it has a heater which it didn’t before. So that’s a part of real estate that I wanted to discuss.
Of course with that said, I am waiting to see what AutoDesk has in store with regards to Auto CAD and what their new version of the program is going to be like since they are always making a new version of the program. They made 2019 I think last year and now I think they will make Auto CAD 2020 and will probably put more new features on the program. 3D drawings seem to be a talk these days and Auto Desk will probably put in more features with 3D for designers who want to do more things with 3D. But 2D I don’t think will be going away anytime soon due to its usefulness especially in fields like architecture and engineering.
So, those are my thoughts for this month and I will see you in March.