Obviously he hates autocad..
No Sir, I don't think he hates AutoCAD, no one does, it is still one of the most user-friendly drafting tools in the business... but, of course everyone is excited about Revit and BIM (Note: Revit is just a tools to doing BIM), and yes, it is advancing rapidly and I love it too!, but unless you're very much involved in the process (and actually experienced the complexity of various types of building documentation/deliverables) bear in mind the often tight deadline of submissions... then you'll understand that AutoCAD or any 2D drafting softwares may stay longer than he predicted....
Revit rocks! but for now, AutoCAD remains a savior....hahaha.[/quote]
I agree, we're using revit now para sa project documentation namin, talagang mabilis at accurate ang mga drawings namin. kelangan lang talaga maganda ang pag set-up ng BIM sa umpisa ng project para organize, pati libraries ng families at templates. But still using autocad for quick detailing and sketches, Autocad will stay longer or will coexist along with revit in the future IMO.