I taught a lot of Dynamo workshops when I was the "technical evangelist" for the Dynamo team. I've learned a lot about how to teach over the years by making mistakes, getting it right sometimes, and picking up ideas from other teachers more gifted or experienced than I am. If I ever had the opportunity to share Dynamo knowledge with you, Dear Reade
After last year's once-in-a-lifetime π Day (3/14/15 according to the odd U.S. convention for writing dates), this year could seem a bit of a letdown to American math nerds.
But for those of us who prefer rounding to truncation, 3/14/16 is still something to celebrate. And I, for one, am willing to settle for this year's 5-significant-figure π
The outbreak is spreading. I wrote a post a few weeks ago that featured the then four Dynamo User Groups that I knew of. Now suddenly there are a lot more, and there is probably one near you.
If you have had trouble keeping track of what is going on where, you are not alone. In this post, I mean to collect a lot of information about these commun
Recently, Paul Aubin asked me a question, and it occurred to me that this is the perfect thing to explain in more depth to everyone.
"What does var.. mean?"
My grandfather was a PhD Chemist at NASA, and his daughter, my mother, used to complain that he always over-explained: when asked what time it was, my grandpa would first explain how
It started in Atlanta (as these things do), spread to San Francisco, then to Boston and Tokyo, and seeds are beginning to germinate in other cities too…
2015 saw the rise of a new kind of collaboration in the computational design community, and yet another indication that Dynamo is coming into its own as an