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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 070 – May 5th – May 11th, 2019.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM – for the week of May 5th – May 11th, 2019.

 

I’m going to start this week’s Podcast roundup off with a new documentary from The B1M YouTube Channel.

The Power of Standards | The B1M

 

2) Podcast – From Talk Python to Me Podcast

Episode #211: Classic CS problems in Python

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Many of you studied computer science at a University to get into programming and your careers. But I bet most of you came through some self-study or some sort of back door into the industry. I count myself among that crowd. 

This is one of the true bright spots of our industry. That we can earn our way in without necessarily getting college degrees. But sometimes that academic formalism would come in handy. That’s where David Kopec’s book comes in super handy. It’s an approachable and quick into to CS and that’s our topic on this episode.” 

3) Podcast – From the Constructrr Podcast

Digitizing Real Estate Assets Through BIM

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Studio Leads – Geoff Hoffman, Kyle Hudson at VIATechnik.

We discuss the intersection of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Facility Management (FM) AKA, Digitizing Real Estate.

We talked about the importance of stakeholder engagement,  how an initiative might be more effective based on whether it is a company-wide / top-down initiative from executives vs bottom up. We talk about the steps to utilized BIM well for the needs of the Owner / Operator.

Last but not least, we discuss some ways to share the value of BIM, and how tracking of asset information can improve operations within real estate asset management.”

4) Vodcast – From – the Proving Ground YouTube Channel

Prove It – Episode 4 – What’s the Benchmark? feat. Rachel Riopel

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Rachel Riopel – Digital Design Managing Principal at HDR – talks with Nate Miller about change management, technology implementation, women in design technology, and using BIM and open standards to support benchmarking analysis.”

 

5) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew Podcast

The ConTechCrew 168: Building to BIM with David Francis from ICT Tracker

Summary from the Podcast website:

“The ConTechCrew is joined by David Francis of ICT Tracker to get real about the evolution of BIM! In ConTech news we discuss future proofing designs, more VR for BIM 360, Amazon buying malls and more!

6) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 215: What Google killing Works with Nest means

Summary from the Podcast website:

“”This week’s show is a long one, thanks to both Google I/O and Microsoft Build happening this week. We kick off with news from I/O about local processing and gesture controls before digging deep into what it means that Google is killing its Works with Nest program. We explain what it means for consumers, the industry, and for developers. From there we move to the privacy one can expect in Amazon’s Echo products and generally what Amazon knows about you. We also talk about the new Amazon Blink XT2 indoor/outdoor wireless camera. The enterprise gets a lot of love from Microsoft at Build with new conversational talents, a way to migrate old embedded devices to the modern Windows 10 IoT OS and support for robots and Windows 10 IoT. We end with news bits including an update on Bluetooth’s success and an update on the lawsuit over landlords installing smart locks. I also review Wyze Sense sensors.”

 

7) Video – That BIM Girl YouTube Channel

THE OUTTAKES

Summary from the YouTube Channel:

“Lejla (Technical Specialist at Autodesk) has already done three interviews with me. This is a funny montage of our mess-ups 🙂 Enjoy!”

Until next week

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