Proudly Speaking at BILT ANZ 2018

In four weeks time, until BILT ANZ 2018 to be held at Royal International Convention Centre, on 24th – 26th of May 2018, I’ll create another milestone in my career that I’ll never forget.

Similarly with Singapore, coming to Australia will be me my first time. Visa, airfare and hotel accommodation are now sorted.

Date: Friday, 25 May 2018
Session: 2.5
Presentation Topic: Structural Data Mining Using Revit-Dynamo-PowerBI Workflow
Presentation Time: 5:00pm – 6:15pm
Duration: 75 Minute Presentation (including question time)
Categories/ Level: Structure, Data Management, Autodesk Revit | All Levels

Regards,

Allan

BILT Asia 2018 Speaker Feedback

Hello everyone,

Happy sunny and warm Friday, if you are living in the UK.

Allow me to share with you some feedback I received from attendees of my session at BILT Asia 2018 held in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore on the 7th of April 2018.

Session number: 3.1

Topic: Structural Data Mining using Revit-Dynamo-PowerBI Workflow

How would you rate this speaker (*Average Speaker Score): 2.69

How do you rate the quality of the speaker materials (*Average Class Material Score): 2.50

Number of responses: 16

A selection of comments:

  • Well presented and structured presentation.
  • Suggest you have some or all of the schedules prepared for when you present in Australia. You can touch on the important things such as the blank line causes null.
  • Great explanations. Very clear.
  • Could have helped to just breeze through the scheduling part and focus more on Dynamo and Power BI as most of us would have been familiar. But great effort. Super detailed.
  • Obviously knowledgeable. A little slow moving, but good teaching.
  • Great topic. I wanted more Power BI, less Dynamo.
  • The handout is useful and easy to understand.

    *Attendees rated speakers as follows:
    3 = Excellent, 2 = Good, 1 = Average, 0 = Poor

If you happened to be one of the attendees in my session, your feedback will be highly appreciated and thank you for your support. I hope you learned something new which you can apply in your own discipline.

Have a wonderful day.

Cheers,