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The Podcast Roundup – Episode 075 – June 9th – June 15th, 2019.

The BIMsider’s favourite Podcasts, Vodcasts and Videos from the world of AEC and BIM – for the week of June 9th – June 15th, 2019.

I’m going to start this week’s Podcast roundup off with a video tutorial from the Proving Ground YouTube Channel

Introduction to LunchBoxML – Part 2 – Tutorial

2) Podcast – From The Digital Transition Podcast

EPISODE 10: The Digital Procurement Process with Emma Hooper

Summary from the Podcast website:

“In this episode, we chat with Emma Hooper from Bond Bryan Digital in the UK. Following on from our discussion in Episode 7 with Rob Jackson, we now explore how to procure from the supply chain your information requirements. We will discuss the processes that appointing parties should undertake in procuring their Digital Deliverables in…”

3) Podcast – From The ConTechCrew Podcast

The ConTechCrew 173: Field Friendly Software with Kyle Slager from Raken

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This week’s construction tech news with James Benham (@JamesMBenham), and Jeff Sample (@IronmanofIT)
Featuring:
– Interview with Kyle Slager from Raken
– Construction Tech News of the Week “

4) Podcast – From The BIMrras Podcast (Spanish Language)

038 Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and BIM with Santiago Rivera and Iván Gómez

Summary from the Podcast website:

“For years we have been hearing gurus of all classes announce the coming of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, which would be the milestones that would mark the beginning of a new world, the paradigmatic break with the analog world. Let’s see how much is true in that, the past, present and future of the RA and the VR in today’s episode.”

5) Podcast – From the Life of an Architect Podcast

026: First Jobs

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Pretty simple and straightforward sentence – “Your first architectural job is important.” Let me clarify that I’m not talking about summer jobs or internships … those don’t really count because they have a known shelf-life associated with them. No, what I’m talking about is the first real job a person takes once they’ve graduated from college – the job that signals the beginning of their professional career and more times than not is a predictor for the path your career will follow.”

6) Podcast – From The IoT Podcast

Episode 220: The future of surveillance includes hacked data and biased AI

Summary from the Podcast website:

“This week Kevin and I offer a take on the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency hack and what it means in terms of biometric data, broader security trends and how it relates to policing that can rely on connected AR glasses. Basically, it’s going to be a dystopian hellscape. Especially when you consider Spotify selling data about your emotional state, Amazon’s work on a wearable that detects your emotions, and Facebook trying hard to make a version of the Portal system that could sell. In other news, we discuss whether Uber’s air taxis need 5G, Amazon halting sales of its new Blink XT2 video camera and a new environmental sensing board from Google. And, in our IoT Podcast listener hotline, we answer a question about underrated smart home features. By definition, our answers should surprise you.”

7) Podcast – From the Talk Python to Me Podcast

Episode #216: Digging into Visual Studio Code

Summary from the Podcast website:

“One of the questions I often ask at the end of the show is “When you write some Python code, what editor do you use?” Increasingly the most common answer is Visual Studio Code. Despite it’s Windows only namesake, Visual Studio Code is cross-platform and has been gaining a lot of traction. 

I was at the Microsoft BUILD conference immediately after PyCon this May. There I got the chance to sit down with Dan Taylor from the VS Code team to discuss what they have been up to with VS Code and Python.”

8) Podcast – From the Getting Simple Podcast

Panagiotis Michalatos — Slow Down From What?

Summary from the Podcast website:

“Panagiotis Michalatos on the luxury of choosing to be simple and the emerging trend of simplicity, the power of intuition, questioning our creative interfaces and workflows, and his love for screens.”

Until next week

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