New Exciting Release Slated for Late April

Dezi and I haven’t been blogging too much lately because we have been involved in this beta.  It has meant a lot of appointments with professionals, anticipation and excitement.

This release will come in a compact package but will continue to grow in the upcoming years.  Will probably become expensive in future years but we are hoping the product will be worth the costs.

This release does not use the ribbon interface however has an interactive touch interface which is user friendly and pleasant on the eyes and will make you want to keep playing with it.  The 3 dimensional representation seems lifelike.

Some of the features that will be available include super purge, hopefully the auto-sleep feature will work but has been known to be a bit glitchy.  It is said to have an artificial intelligence-like learning capability that is supposed to advance the more it is used.    Many other features will keep us up at night until we figure them out.    User customizable carrying cases can be added as well as  many accessories, but they must be purchased separately and can vary considerable in price.

The product is a direct result from nested family capabilities yet the final naming of the product is still yet to be decided and if you would like to weigh in feel free to add comments to this blog.  If you want to see a sneak peak of the box shot click the link below to see a preview.



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14 comments on “New Exciting Release Slated for Late April
  1. So Dezi and I have been tossing around ideas for name. Since our last initial is an “M” we have the opportunity to go with a BI for the first two initials. If you have any suggestions on names or comments on why we should or shouldn’t go with BIM for the baby name please add a comment.

  2. david says:

    made me laugh! congrats to you both!

  3. Tony says:



  4. Justin Black says:

    Congrats you two! See you at AU!

  5. Brian Juge says:

    Can you confirm that this product is only available on subscription? Looks like you would be required to make continuous payments for this product for the next 18 years. What about the high maintenance fees? And the fact that it leaks bad data the first several years? That being said most customers are highly satisfied with their version and you will be too!

  6. Emily Clark says:

    Congratulations to the both of you!

  7. Chris Link says:

    Congratulations to you both! You both will be excellent software developers and the world will be a better place having your product in it!! The next generation of BIMer is on the way! Must ponder the naming suggestions… Hmmm…

  8. Chris Link says:

    You do realize if the name sticks, that you will have several years of BIM washing ahead of you! LOL!! Girl-Brianna Isabel or Blythe Iris Boy-Bradley Ian or Bryce Irving, just my 2 cents…
    Congrats again!

  9. Adam Munoz says:

    I was so confused… Did they finally nest some families…?
    What kind of trickery have they cooked up for us this time?
    I thought, maybe it’ll run on some new Artificial Intelligence called RevitLISP…

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