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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 037 – Sept. 9th – Sept. 15th, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Sept. 9th – Sept. 15th, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a new Vodcast post from That BIM Girl, which is the start of a new series about coding for AEC.

Coding for AEC – Episode 1 (C#, Variables, Functions, …)

2) Podcast – From Bill of BIMThoughts.


Summary from the Podcast website:

“I had the privilege of talk with the BIMfamous Steve Stafford.  We talk about the new features of 2019.1 and give our take on how we would take advantage of the new stuff.”

3) Podcasts – From Brittanie of Constructrr

Voice of Blockchain 2018 Recap: Part 3

Summary from the Podcast website:

“The last Recap of Voice of Blockchain 2018 featuring Sharon Burns COO of the Chicago Blockchain Project shares her debut project and shares how using a blockchain platform to enable better tracking for the philanthropic funding process.

I also speak with Lindsay shares her thoughts on diversity and inclusion as from panel she shared also with Sharon. Lindsay explains the importance of challenging mindsets and cultural norms helps long-term strategy.

Lastly, we have Paul Doherty back with sharing an intriguing conversation that Lindsay and Paul had on things to consider for new tech and crypto million & billionaires to consider launching an economic development project.”

4) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 136: The “Spicy” Show with Benny Baltrotsky from eSUB

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Summer is over but The ConTechCrew talks about the heated issues you want to hear with guest Benny Baltrotsky of eSub! We have racist AI, the art of hacking, growing iPhones in the USA, and The Crew’s take on Elon’s Musks’ now infamous Joe Rogan appearance.”

5) Video – From the Dynamo Chicago YouTube Channel (ChiNamo).

ChiNamo – Zach Kron 20180823

Summary from the YouTube Channe:

“Zach Kron joins ChiNamo in person for a presentation on what’s current and what’s to come.”

6) Podcast – From The Construction Record Podcast

The Construction Record Podcast – Episode 38: Community Benefit Agreements, Bridging the Gap and Our Home and Miniature Land

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce managing editor Vince Versace joins Journal of Commerce digital media editor Warren Frey this week in our Burnaby office to talk about some of the stories we’ve been working on, such as the ongoing saga of community benefits agreements in British Columbia for big infrastructure projects and the industry’s reactions to the NDP’s approach. Warren also looks at stories he’s done recently about the British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance’s upcoming Bridging the Gap safety conference as well as a story about a new water and wastewater plant on Vancouver’s North Shore.

Vince also takes a look at the first date to come out of recent Canada’s Core Public Infrastructure Survey, which details Alberta, Ontario and Quebec as the biggest provinces in terms of infrastructure, and also looks at Alex Carrick’s latest economic findings.

We also have an interview with Dave Maclean by Daily Commercial News staff writer Don Wall. Maclean is a civil engineer and co-founder of Our Home & Miniature Land, a tourist attraction now under construction in Mississauga that will feature models of thousands of familiar Canadian sites and buildings. MacLean discussed the painstaking efforts and months it took to build iconic structures like the Parliament Buildings.”

7) Podcast – From the BIMrras Podcast (Spanish)

020 Óscar Liébana and the New International Airport of Mexico City (NAICM)

Summary from the Podcast website:

“The New Mexico City International Airport ( NAICM ) is one of the largest infrastructure investments in the world in which the BIM methodology is being tested. In this episode we took the opportunity to chat with the person behind the BIM coordination of one of the most complex steel structures that are being built today, the architect Óscar Liébana .”

8) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 181: Are you ready for IoT to be a $520B business?

Summary from the Podcast website:

“A lot of people are getting a smart speaker for the holidays. That’s one of the takeaways from a recent survey by Adobe that Kevin and I talk about this week. We follow that up with the new Sonos integration with IFTTT before covering a $6.7 billion semiconductor merger. Also on the chip side, we discuss Qualcomm’s new chip for smart watches and why I think it’s worth noting. On the security side, we cover a new security chip for Google IoT core, more botnets and a new security bill that awaits the signature of California’s governor. We update some older stories, cover IKEA’s possible smart blinds and talk about my experience with the new Brilliant Switch. We end the news segment of the show answering a question about programming lights to change color in response to the weather.”

9) Vodcast – From the Balkan Architect

Q&A: Answers! With That BIM Girl

Until next week,



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