After reading this post, how would you describe the firm you work at? Will you realize your firm is broken or much stronger than you expected?
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#internmistakes is surprisingly underused on Twitter. Maybe my adventures in this article about being a lazy intern will change that.
We are looking for items for our next CRAN newsletter issue: Learning from Train Wrecks. Do you have a story about a project that went wrong? A client you let go? Something you forgot to include in your drawings? Missed the deadline by a mile? We want to hear from you!
I love the story of the Scorpion and the Toad. I sympathize with both animals. I am both animals.
There is so much misinformation out there, especially about usage numbers and software, especially software for architects. Right before I left Minnesota I had an old colleague/friend tell me that he was talking to an ArchiCAD user he met in a Revit training class. This mystery ArchiCAD user claimed that …
Now that I look back on it, if that guy wanted to, he could have seriously injured me with one swing of his giant fist. That would have be hard to explain to my wife.
The days and nights we used to spend creating drawings by hand during the early days of college are still fresh in my mind. It was then that this question first hit my mind hard, and it is still with me today. “Why do we use computers?” Since my college …
In a world of shoegnomes, there are workmonsters… Much like I came up with the realization that I was a shoegnome years before I started my company and blog, the concept of workmonsters has been floating around in my head for a long time. What are workmonsters? They are a …