Dynamo Basics | Training Course by DiRoots

Hey there! I trust you are well.

If you want to learn the basics of Dynamo, DiRoots have released, 2 months ago, a training course for free. On top of that, you’ll also get a certificate for completing the course. I believe it’s worth sharing to spread the knowledge to those who are new and wants to review their knowledge in the use of Dynamo. You may pick up something new from this free course if you’re already using it, who knows?

Anyway, click on the image banner below to direct you to DiRoots Training website.

Dynamo Basics | Training Course

Enjoy and happy learning.

Cheers,

Allan Cantos EngTech MICE

BSc Civil Engineering | Principal Structural Technician

My BILT Europe 2018 visit has now come to an end

Thank you BILT Europe for the opportunity to be part of the speakers family. My third time presenting my topic this year about Revit-Dynamo-Power BI Workflow but this time, in a class/laboratory setting (with some update and added automation).

Thank you, @Cameron Brennan, for sorting out all the necessary files and software needed for my session.

The Fun Fair gathering last night was really enjoyable, and I had a sleepless night.

@Silvia Taurer @Rui Gavina

#datamining #revit #builteurope #bilt #rtc #bim #enjoyment #dynamo

Few photos were taken when I got the opportunity to go out around the area of Grajska tirna vzpenjača – Castle Funicular:

Cheers,

Allan Cantos EngTech MICE

BSc Civil Engineering / Principal Structural Technician

Learn Python Programming (2018) on Udemy – Completed

Hello everyone. As a continuation of my previous post HERE, I would like to announce that I have completed my course.

Allow me to list down with you what I have learned in this free Python Programming course on Udemy just in case you are interested in knowing some of them; or all of them.

  1. What is the correct way to add a comment in Python?
  2. What is the correct way to set variable, say, ‘s’ equal to the string, say, “Hello World!”?
  3. What type of variable is a True or False?
  4. What type of variable is, say, 100.45?
  5. Arithmetic and Concatenation
  6. Data Structures
  7. Control Flow
  8. String and List Methods
  9. Typecasting and Escape Sequences
  10. Getting User Input
  11. Functions
  12. Importing Modules
  13. And finally, how to make a GitHub Repository

In order for me to remember all of this, I need to keep reviewing my notes from time to time or find a way to apply this in my current field of work.

For those who want to learn Python Programming, I highly recommend this course for you. The course itself is just an hour long but since I made some notes and did some readings, it took me 4 hours to complete the course (2 hours for each separate dates).

Once again, here is the link for the course: Learn Python Programming Course

Have a great day.

Cheers,

Allan Cantos EngTech MICE

BSc Civil Engineering / Principal Structural Technician