Monthly Archives: August 2012

#AU2012 – Autodesk University 2012 courses

Earlybird registration opened today! For those who are interested, these are my sessions at #AU2012 : AB3466-R – You Want to Change What? A Discussion of Critical Path Decisions in the BIM Workflow – Tuesday, November 27, 2012 – 10:30am … Continue reading

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So secure, users can’t log in!

  Microsoft Office 365 misses the mark with auto-expiring passwords. I have been impressed with the way Microsoft Office 365 is working on my wife’s computer.  Outlook synchronizes nicely with her Android phone and, until that incident with a loosely … Continue reading

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What screws up the BIM process?

Summary of “What screws up the BIM process?” discussion Cincinnati BIM User Group meeting 16 August, 2012 Facilitator: Dave Pluke In attendance were representatives of Educators, Owners, General Contractors, Mechanical & Electrical Contractors, Electrical, Plumbing and Structural Design Engineers and … Continue reading

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Removing “BIMpediments” (remember, you heard it here first!)

Trademark & Copyright 2012 by Dave Pluke, all rights reserved – send royalties directly to one of my Swiss Bank Accounts! Permit me to submit the following addition to our A/E/C vocabulary: BIM·ped·i·ment / BIMˈpedəmənt/ Noun:    A hindrance or obstruction … Continue reading

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