Tag Archives: technology

Design Forecast: Technology Practice Area

Wednesday, November 8, 2017 5:30-7:30pm Early registration (before November 6): Free AIA Members and employees of chapter member firms / $10 Guests Click here to register. 1.5 CES LUs Douglas Wittnebel, AIA takes a look into trends in the world … Continue reading

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Green: Internet of Things

The next big thing in Building Automation and Sustainability. In  the  last  few  years,  technology  has  developed  so  much  that  we  have I moved  way  beyond  simply  using  our  machines  to  connect  with  people. Technology can now program machines to … Continue reading

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Cool TechStuff: HP Sprout

      At Maker Faire 2015 (5/16/2015) I had a chance to test drive Hewlett Packard’s new combination scanner and touch screen desktop computer called the Sprout. It’s part of what HP calls its “Blended Reality Initiative” and is a … Continue reading

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Project Profile: Dougherty & Dougherty

Built in 1987, Rod Kelley Elementary School has undergone several interim classroom expansions but the library represents the first permanent addition. The existing library was undersized and did not have the technological capabilities required for a 21st century learning environment. … Continue reading

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Cool Tech Stuff: Office Lens

       Microsoft’s Office Lens has been available on Windows MPhones for about a year now, but it recently became available on the iPhone/iPad, and will soon be available on Android devices. What does it do? You’ve probably been to … Continue reading

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File Sharing & Collaboration for Architects

Wednesday, July 8, 2015 Noon-1:30pm Free and open to all; Free lunch with registration, compliments of Panzura. Please Click Here to RSVP 1.5 CES LUs Did you know that 60% of the file sharing services used by an average company … Continue reading

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Cool Tech Stuff – USB

By Larry Mortimer, AIA If you purchase a computer today you will most likely find it has at least one USB port of one version or another. What are the various kinds of USB ports, and what are their advantages … Continue reading

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Vectorworks User Group: Exploring the New Features of Vectorworks 2015

Tuesday November 11, 2014 7-9pm Free and open to all. 1.5 CES LU   In this meeting we will focus on the new features of the recently released Vectorworks 2015.  We will look into this extensive software upgrade which includes the … Continue reading

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Pleasanton Program: Why You Need a Bring Your Own Device to Work Policy Now

a Pleasanton Program Thursday, October 30, 2014 Noon-1:30pm Location: Dahlin Group, 5865 Owens Drive, Pleasanton, CA 94588 All are welcome, no cost to attend. Bring your own lunch. Click here to RSVP. 1.5 CES LUs American information technology research and … Continue reading

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Pleasanton Program: The Secrets to Backups & Disaster Recovery for Architects

Thursday, August 28, 2014 Noon-1:30pm Location: Dahlin Group, 5865 Owens Drive, Pleasanton, CA 94588 All are welcome,  no cost to attend. Bring your own lunch. Click here to RSVP 1.5 CES LUs How confident are you RIGHT NOW that your business could … Continue reading

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