Category Archives: Brain Dump

Extrapolation

Authoring rules for filenames and data is not enough, for a project, you need to extrapolate names as soon as possible to make sure that your name strategy works. I also get fed up when industry says “we don’t know … Continue reading

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My approach to dealing with subjectivity

This could turn into a bit of a rambling rant, so consider yourself warned. One of the challenges we face with digitisation is subjectivity. As a former colleague once stated “data is brutal”. Being able to take data, turn it … Continue reading

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Coding – the “must have” industry discipline!

I have to admit, up until 2009 I did not really pay that much attention to coding/programming. I was introduced to computer programming circa 1980 as computers entered the education system. My two best friends were very much into early … Continue reading

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Coordination

Whenever I ask people “in one word tell me what BIM is all about”, coordination always makes its way in there. I do remember up until 2004 (when my role shifted) I actually carried out coordination as part of my … Continue reading

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A New Chapter

So it has been a while but I may well get back into this blogging lark. Time will tell. So a bit of a change going from BIM to Information Management (IM), or is it? We shall have to just … Continue reading

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It has been a while

It has been nearly 4 months since my last confession. No, that is not the way it was supposed to start! I promise not to be away so long next time. Suffice to say I have been up to my … Continue reading

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The Quantifiable Self

This has interested me for a number of years now. Ever since a particular technology magazine editor talked about monitoring his sleep. He pointed out that there is a third of our life that we know nothing about. The thought … Continue reading

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