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I am excited to announce a significant development in data interaction and retrieval processes using Autodesk Platform Services from Autodesk. Today, I am officially releasing the first version of a toolkit designed to facilitate data access, aiming to support AI processes, Data Analysts, LLM, and explore the boundaries where APS may fall short in providing for end-users.
In today's article, I will share with you an idea about a connectivity tool that opens up countless opportunities related to data analysis, AI, Machine Learning, and much more. That is how to connect Revit with Jupyter Notebook.
In today's article, I will document how I export data from an IFC file to Excel or CSV. The reason for writing this article is really simple - upon reviewing various instructional materials, I noticed that many people struggle with exporting data from an IFC file to Excel or CSV. But is it really that difficult? Let's explore my approach together.
In this article, I will share with you some insights that have greatly helped me in my journey of learning curve. Despite facing many challenges, I will highlight some points that I have experienced, practiced, and successfully applied to help me accelerate my learning and work more efficiently.
Software development is a wonderful creative endeavor. Its essence lies not only in creating outstanding products and bringing new value to society but also in being a remarkably enjoyable pursuit for those who have yet to experience it. Today, I will share with you what makes me happy about being involved in software development throughout my journey and becoming a part of this industry.
In software development, Agile and Scrum are two frequently used methodologies for monitoring progress and team activities. Personally, I have worked extensively with Scrum on numerous projects across different companies and teams. I've come to realize that Scrum doesn't always yield effectiveness. Sometimes, it can even make a team less efficient. This is something I want to share through my reflections on the Scrum process.