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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 046 – Nov. 11th – Nov. 17th, 2018.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM –  for the week of Nov. 11th – Nov. 17th, 2018.

I’m going to start this week’s Roundup off with a new episode of The Getting Simple Podcast.

Ben Fry — Co-creator of Processing

2) Podcast – From the BIMRRAS Podcast

024 IFC, universal BIM format with David Delgado Vendrell

Summary from the Podcast website:

“IFC, universal BIM format? that we will try to elucidate in this conversation with David Delgado Vendrell.

When we talk about BIM, many think about the modelers, those programs with which we make the architectural models that we then render, that we export so that the engineers calculate structures and facilities, and that in general terms, they have licenses that make people cry because of their cost. In BIMrras we have discussed it to the point of pain in our episode of BIMwars, and if that was not enough, we took a second assault to try to delve a little deeper into the complexities of these wonderful programs.”

3) Podcast – From the AEC Business Podcast

Living as a Service – Interview with Teemu Suila of Kojamo

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Kojamo is the biggest housing investor and rental services provider in Finland. Teemu Suila is the Chief Development Officer leading the strategic development and digitalization of the company.  Kojamo’s mission is to create better urban living. They want to be a forerunner in urban housing and the number one choice of the customers.  The company provides their services under the LUMO brand”

4) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew

The ConTechCrew 145: Groundhog Day with Jonathan Marsh from W.M. T. Spaeder Company

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Coming at you from Autodesk University 2018 in Las Vegas, The ConTechCrew hosted guest Jonathan Marsh of  Wm. T. Spaeder! Topics include the ins-and-outs of AU 2018, The Raiders, Unity, Blockchain, and more!”

5) Video – From Dynamo-Litia Boston

Dynamo-Litia Boston – October 2018

Summary from the Vimeo Channel:

“You have probably heard Dynamo praised for its ability to modify Revit, automate tasks, or perhaps generate geometry. One commonly overlooked use of Dynamo is restructuring and managing data. Often serving as middleware between varying software platforms, Dynamo also has the ability to connect and translate multiple data formats. Using the visual programming characteristic of building tools one-step-at-a-time allows you to work through the logic of cleaning and altering data for visual storytelling or integration into other programs. Please join us to learn about making the most out of YOUR data with Dynamo.”

6) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 190: The Federal government takes on consumer privacy

Summary from the Podcast website:

“We kick off this week with an in-depth discussion of the NTIA’s suggestions for regulating consumer privacy in a digital era. It’s a long discussion, but one worth having, and we welcome your thoughts as well. From there, we talk about botnetsneural networks on a stick, and then Alexa’s new talents and devices. Then some Google Home and Wi-Fi news makes the cut as well as a new Withings activity tracker and new services from IFTTT. From there we end with some enterprise security stats and a new effort to bring IoT to the enterprise. This time the platform is intelligent windows! Instead of answering a listener question we offer a suggestions from a listener that may solve some outdoor camera and sensor problems.”

7) Video – From Boost Your Bim

Attach any file (PDF, Word, XLS…) to your Revit file

Until next week,

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