I don’t want to hazard a guess how many times I’ve complained about the terrible misuse of Excel that I often witness atthe hands of over zealous engineers. However, last time I did this someone kindly pointed out that…Read More
It’s here! We finally have an Engineering Stack Exchange! It feels a bit like I’ve been talking about this forever- so it is fantastic to see a community finally form and begin to create something. But now we’ve got it, we…Read More
Around two years ago I wrote a post rhapsodising on the benefits of Stack Exchange, about how it was the best thing in the world and about how Civil Engineers should totally have a presence there. It finished…Read More
A spell-checker can only get you so far and confusing words has become the new marker of a badly written report. So here is the other half of this series picking out the words most likely to catch-out…Read More
Engineers are not famed for their proficiency with the written word. This poses a bit of a problem when you consider that 19% of civil engineering is writing reports. So, following from my last key skills post, here…Read More
That’s right, this post will finally answer that burning query: “But how did you make that wonderful parametric Christmas Tree designer, truly, Tom, you are a God amongst men and should become president…Read More
I’ve put together 7 awesome habits that, by following, will make you into the most dynamic engineering project manager outside of this box! There’s no I in team, but there is a me[a/e]t! Touching base (for at least…Read More
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