Archive for January, 2013

Bluebeam’s College Career Fair Schedule for January and February

January 24, 2013

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At Bluebeam, we are always looking to add to our talented team of software engineers. For that reason, we are hittin’ the road to attend several college career fairs across the U.S. We will be on the lookout for new graduates and interns who are technically brilliant with the personalities to match.

Here are our scheduled stops for January and February:

January 24- University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) Engineering & Tech Fair

February 6- Purdue College of Technology Fair

February 15- Harvey Mudd Spring 2013 Job & Internship Fair

February 19- California State University Northridge (CSUN) Spring Tech Fair

February 21- Michigan State University (MSU) Engineering Expo

If you’re a student attending one of the schools listed, or you know someone who might be interested, please spread the word. Interested applicants can also send resumes to internships@bluebeam.com.

We hope to see you there! Stay tuned for more updates on future events.

Cheers,

Kyle

Bluebeam Demos Revu and Panasonic’s 4K Tablet During “Live @ CES” Webcast

January 15, 2013

Last week Bluebeam had an exciting time at CES! Not only did we collaborate with Panasonic to preview its cutting-edge 4K Tablet, we also participated in Panasonic’s Live @ CES webcast. During our segment, Bluebeam President & CEO Richard Lee discussed the impact that the Panasonic 4K tablet and Bluebeam Revu will have on the Architecture, Engineering and Construction industry. Here’s a look at what the tech world got to see when Bluebeam took the stage:

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Panasonic host Jordan Burchette interviewed Bluebeam President & CEO Richard Lee on the webcast, Live @ CES.

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During the segment, Bluebeam demonstrated how 4K tablet users can use Revu to easily navigate and markup large format drawings.

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Jordan and Richard discussed the importance of collaborative, mobile solutions to enable AEC professionals to communicate and share project feedback anytime, anywhere.

To learn more about the 4K tablet and the collaboration between Panasonic and Bluebeam, watch the webcast or check out this press release. And, remember to keep on PDFin’.

Cheers,

Kyle

Be Among the First to See an Exclusive Preview of Revu 11

January 11, 2013

Last year we celebrated the launch of Revu 10 with our first ever “Bring Revu to You” contest, which allowed a select group of users and their project partners to be among the first to see an exclusive preview of Revu’s newest features in the comfort of their own office. Well, since last year’s program was such a success (and since we had so much fun visiting everyone) we’ve decided to bring it back for the launch of Revu 11.

Yep, that’s right! As a thank you to all of our loyal users, we want you to be the first to see what’s coming in the release of Revu 11. If chosen, we’ll coordinate a unique Bring Revu to You event at your office that will include a live demo of Revu 11 from one of our top Bluebeam representatives, a Q&A session, food, giveaways and much more!

To learn more and find out how you can apply, click here.

Cheers,

Kyle

Updates Are Now Available for Bluebeam Revu iPad and Vu iPad

January 10, 2013

We have some great news for all you iPad users and enthusiasts! Both Revu iPad and Vu iPad now have updates available for download in the Apple App Store.

With the latest version of Revu iPad you can now:

– Sync files and folders directly from the Document Manager

– Search for text in a PDF

– Display markup details in the Tool Chest

– Rename Bookmarks

– Insert, delete and multi-select pages from the Thumbnails tab

– Drag and drop page reordering from the Thumbnails tab

– View Spaces created in Revu Windows

-“Save as” functionality

While this new version of Revu iPad features download-only file synchronization, don’t fret. The next release, scheduled for Spring 2013, will add 2-way synchronization (uploading and downloading), making it possible to upload new or edited files directly to Dropbox, Box or WebDAV. Stay-tuned for more details on the next release. In the meantime, make sure you install the latest version here.

In addition, Vu iPad, our free PDF viewer, has also been updated with the following features: download–only file synchronization, PDF text search and the ability to view Spaces created in Revu. You can download the latest version here.

Enjoy! And, remember to keep on PDFin’.

Cheers,

Kyle

Panasonic works with Bluebeam to Preview Cutting-Edge Tablet Application for Architects at CES 2013

January 8, 2013

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Bluebeamers are in Las Vegas for the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and it’s not just because we love to check out the latest and greatest tech solutions.

Today during the opening keynote address at CES, Panasonic announced the development of a new “4K Tablet” with a 20-inch 4K IPS Alpha LCD  and a high precision pen.  It is expected to significantly enhance the way Architects, Engineers and Construction (AEC) professionals view and interact with digital drawings.

To help introduce this new technology to the AEC industry and demonstrate its endless possibilities, Panasonic is collaborating with Bluebeam for R&D, product testing, and promotion.

To learn more about the 4K tablet and the collaboration between Panasonic and Bluebeam, check out this press release. And, remember to keep on PDFin’.

Cheers,
Kyle

New Bluebeam Revu Webinar Series to Cover the Basics

January 8, 2013

We’re excited to announce our first webinar series of the New Year, Revu Basics! This series of one-hour tutorials will look at how you can utilize Revu’s core functionality and advanced features, including tracking markups with the Markups List, collaborating on project documents in real time using Bluebeam Studio, and customizing Revu’s interface and markup tools to fit your style or workflow. In addition, each webinar will include a brief overview of additional learning resources available, including customizable training options. This is a great opportunity for all new users still getting familiar with Revu, or for those experienced users looking for a refresher. Here’s a look at what’s coming up in January and February:

Revu Basics: Tracking with the Markups List – Tuesday, Jan. 15th

Learn how to leverage Revu to track project feedback using the integrated Markups list, which automatically records every annotation on a PDF including the author, date and time.

Revu Basics: Collaboration – Tuesday, Feb. 5th

Learn how Revu’s integrated cloud solution, Studio, enables project teams to store, share and collaborate on project documents in real time.

Revu Basics: Customization – Tuesday, Feb. 26th

Learn how to adjust the Revu interface, create specialized toolbars on the fly and save and deploy unique Profiles so that Revu’s most-needed features are always just one click away.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign-up today. And, as always, remember to keep on PDFin’.

Cheers,

Kyle


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