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Djordje
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You might be interested in this... especially good for us dinosaurs, and maybe for the youngsters... things are much more convoluted than it seems 🙂

 

https://miro.com/app/board/o9J_laML2cs=/

A rather interesting LinkedIn discussion is here:

https://www.linkedin.com/posts/alessio-sarcina_history-of-bim-activity-7001827223800328192-hg2A/

Djordje



ArchiCAD since 4.55 ... 1995
HP Omen
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Djordje,

 

It is funny you have just posted this up. I was just on this page today as I was doing some research for a presentation that I am doing next week. The LinkedIn discussion is an interesting one. Sometimes I find it is becoming as toxic as Twitter. 🙂

Nathan Hildebrandt fraia
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Djordje
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Oh, LinkedIn is sinking deep in the mire of the internet filth… slower than most, but still. 

 

however, what Artem does is at least interesting.  Not saying it is all correct or well researched, and there are some obvious issues, but the BIM universe needs people like that. 

Djordje



ArchiCAD since 4.55 ... 1995
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100% it is positive that someone has tried to map it out. It would be great to improve the accuracy around a few things. But at least it provides a point for discussion. Bill East's comment about Technology was slightly disappointing. But I am guessing he felt left out.

Nathan Hildebrandt fraia
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AC6 - AC27 | WIN 11 | i9-10900K, 3.7Ghz | 32GB Ram | NVIDIA GeForce RTX
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