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How to Solve the Wicked Problem of Interoperability?

Hiya Folks! Welcome to issue #05 of TGIC. Every Friday I curate the top content at the intersection o
How to Solve the Wicked Problem of Interoperability?
By Vignesh Kaushik • Issue #5 • View online
Hiya Folks!
Welcome to issue #05 of TGIC. Every Friday I curate the top content at the intersection of Design, Computation and Technology and share my discoveries with other enthusiasts around the world. 
This week’s issue is about Interoperability, developing custom software for your firm, browser-based tools that can automate your workflow and how to get interoperable with BIM. 
I hope you enjoy reading this week’s issue.
Until next week,
Vignesh Kaushik, Computational Designer

Interoperability
The Wicked Problem of Interoperability
How To Get Value out of Software Customization?
Execute Short Development Cycles and Assess Quality
Execute Short Development Cycles and Assess Quality
Design on the Browser
Modelo - 3D Visualization In The Browser
Fohlio - Simplify Design Schedules
BIM & Beyond
Automated Generation of BIM Models
How to get Interoperable with Revit?
The Power Of 3D BIM Documentation Using ArchiCAD
3D documents allows adding labels and dimensions to make it more informative
3D documents allows adding labels and dimensions to make it more informative
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