Every phase of one’s personal and professional journey is marked by pivotal people, events, and learnings. It can be a professor from school, a mentor at work, or timely circumstance. For me, back in 2005, learning about building information modeling (BIM) set me on a new career path. It became my passion. My focus began shifting from architecture towards technology.
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When commercially available computers first came on the scene in the late 1970’s and early 80’s, most people thought of them merely as a way to enhance existing methods. Word processing saved time over typing. Spreadsheets saved long hours of punching numbers into a calculator. AutoCAD made it possible to do faster, more accurate design calculations.
“Every CEO is talking about digital transformation right now,” a General Assembly executive recently said. In late 2018, Salesforce's Marc Benioff said the spending cycle is stronger than he's seen previously as well.