Month: July 2019

Spiderman and the Guy with a Ball on His Head

Yeah. I know. I am not and I have never been a Spider-man fan. I hate the sucker. Therefore, you know what to expect from this review. But can you, though? Despite my aversion, we were in withdrawal and this pretty much was the only movie in Original Language we could afford to go and see. It […]

Agile GIS

San Diego, 10.07.2019. Esri UC As you know, I’m a big supporter of using Agile, Kanban and Scrum in a project. I’ve seen some talk around Agile and BIM, at Autodesk University London last year, and it was nice to see Esri giving a corporate talk about their own best practices in applying Agile in […]

Spatial, non spatial and numerical: our way towards computational thinking

San Diego, 08.07.2019. Esri UC One of the main issues you hear about teaching BIM, especially to high school and university students that might still have some neuroplasticity about them, is how to get them to think computationally. The first things I learned, during my first day of attendance here at the Education Summit at […]