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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 039 – Sept. 23rd – Sept. 29th, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Sept. 23rd – Sept. 29th, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a new podcast from the AEM Thinking Forward Podcast.

Ep. 10 – How A.I. is Changing the Way Manufacturers Innovate, with Bryce Heventhal    (Companion Blog Post)

2) Podcast – From Bill and the gang at BIMThoughts Podcast.

PANEL: R & D AT YOUR FIRM

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Bill, Kristina, and Sarah sit down and discuss how R&D is making its way into firms. Note: We had technical difficulties with this episode, but we feel that the content is worth posting.”

3)  Video – From Ideate Software YouTube Channel

Managing Sticky Sizes with Ideate Sticky for Revit

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“This eight-minute video will guide you through the process of splitting up a long Sticky into smaller Stickies. Ideate Sticky is a powerful tool that allows you to live-link Microsoft Excel files in Revit as Schedules. Any changes made to the Excel file can easily be updated in your Revit model, either automatically or with a simple click of the update button.”

4) Podcasts – From Brittanie of Constructrr

Experience Per Square Foot Measuring the Employee Experience

Summary from the Podcast website:

Bryan Berthold, Managing Director of Workplace Strategy and Change Management at Cushman and Wakefield, Experience per SF.

We talk about Holistic approaches to workplace strategy, measuring experience per square foot and some examples of clients he’s worked with, how they’ve driven the decisions they make based on Experience / SF and made some monumental changes to how happy their employee base is how this impacts ROI in the long run.”

5) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 138: Bringing the 3D into the 2D with Josh Progar from PlanGrid

Summary from the Podcast website:

“The ConTechCrew (minus a few members!) sat down with PlanGrid’s Josh Progar for an informative interview! We also discussed the crane uh-oh!, cracked steel beams, apprenticeships, VR for safety and more! “

6) Video – From SFCDUG YouTube Channel

SFCDUG September 2018 | Speckle, Interoperability Dynamo, Grasshopper and Three.js

7) Vodcast – From the JBKnowledge YouTube Channel.

Tech You Should Try: Tracking Time with Rhumbix

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Rob McKinney(@ConAppGuru) shows you the different features of the Rhumbix app for Time Tracking.

8) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 183: Amazon’s news bonanza explained

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Last week Amazon released a ridiculous amount of news that we’ve covered in detail, but Kevin and I talk it out and draw attention to some of the things we thought were relevant. We stay in the Seattle area to cover the Microsoft news out this week on new Azure products and Cortana’s new enterprise skills. We also talk about the new Withings watchAugust’s module for Yale locks, and HomeKit support for Rachiosprinklers. Our hotline question this week is a listener’s challenge with kids and his freezer.”

9) Podcast – From the BIMrras Podcast

021 BIMwars II: BIM Programming

Summary from the Podcast website:

“BIMwars part II. BIM programming

We owed you By popular acclaim. Because you love to hear how you spank us without compassion.

After the I part of our BIM wars , the second assault arrives. Putting all the meat in the spit to continue comparing the three main modelers of the market for architectural projects: Revit , Allplan and ArchiCAD .

This time, putting the focus on your parametric objects (ok, we’ll have to accept the families of Revit as parametric (disclaimer: not all members of bimrras approve this joke 😉)), visual programming tools, and already for the elderly, for people who like challenges, the programming APIs of each of them. So to the mess.”

10) Video – From the BIM Track YouTube Channel

BIM Track® – Scheduled Publishing From Revit

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Learn how to publish your model and sheets to BIM Track at scheduled times.”

 

Until next week,

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