MasterSketchup Podcast Session 1 – Introduction, Who is Trimble?

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I’m very excited to announce the official launch the MasterSketchup podcast. I’ve been talking about it for a couple months now, and it’s finally here! You can listen to it right here on the website using the play button above, or subscribe below.

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In this Episode

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In this episode, I’ll tell you a little bit about myself; How I got started with Sketchup, and why I started MasterSketchup.com. I’ll then explain the purpose of this podcast, and what you can come to expect from future episodes. It’s going to be a little bit different from what you’ve come to expect on the website. I’ve got a lot of exciting things coming up for the podcast, and I really hope you enjoy it.

In the main segment of this episode, I’ll talk about Trimble, the company who now owns Sketchup. I’ve checked out some of the other companies they own (besides Sketchup), and I found a number of them are software companies. Some of them are even 3D modeling programs. Really interesting insight into Trimble, I hope you enjoy it. If you missed any of the links mentioned in the episode, you can get them below.

In this episode you’ll learn about:

  • How I got introduced to Sketchup
  • Why I find Sketchup to be a fun and easy 3D modeling program
  • Why I started MasterSketchup.com
  • What to expect from this podcast
  • Who is Trimble?
  • What are some other companies Trimble owns?

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About Matt Donley

Sketchup user since 2007, I launched MasterSketchup as a way to help other people learn this fun program. My goal is to create easy to follow tutorials that help make 3D modeling more accessible to anyone interested in learning. You'll find many of my videos and tutorials featured on the official Sketchup Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ pages.

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7 Responses to MasterSketchup Podcast Session 1 – Introduction, Who is Trimble?

  1. riek says:

    hoi, Matt,
    I do not find your podcast on iTunes
    can you please give me the category and the subcategory ?
    I clicked on RSS-feed, but got no result…

    greetings,
    rik

  2. Matt Donley says:

    Hi Rik,

    The podcast has been submitted to Itunes and is currently under review. I will update the page once it’s accepted.

  3. danny dufait says:

    It’s a wonderful idea.
    I am an interior designer and use SU daily, for many years.
    Currently I’m following even an evening course SU, a normal level, and yet I am always surprised how much I still learning.
    There is so much to do with SU in different disicplines.
    I really also want to create a blog, but then in dutch version and focused on interior design. Everyone can not easily follow in another language. I would like it to work with other people, like you for example.
    Follow me on http://www.behance.net/dannydufait and http://pinterest.com/dannydufait/
    Sorry for my english, I’m so different language.

    • Matt Donley says:

      Hi Danny, I like your work. Personally, I haven’t even begun to dive into the world of rendering Sketchup models. Like you said, there’s so much to learn. Even with such a simple program like Sketchup. FYI, I’ve been uploading captions to most of my YouTube videos, and you can select your native language and it will translate for you. Perhaps that would be helpful. Keep up the good work.

  4. Dave Wangrow says:

    It’s in Itunes now.

  5. June Moore says:

    Hi Matt, Thank’s for what you’ve produced and shared, this is really great. I’m a 3D modeller mainly in 3DS Max and recently started working for a 3D printing/laser cutting/CAD,CAM company. Because we create tutorials and workshops for schools, I need to learn sketchup. Your podcasts will be so useful for me during my (long) train journeys to work and back. Meanwhile, I’ll be following your MasterSketchup tuts. Thanks again. June

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