Why Mario Guttman is “Still Coding After All These Years”

Mario Guttman at KA Connect 2012

Mario Guttman started programming when he entered college in 1970. While Mario was trained as an architect, he found a niche at the intersection of architecture and software development when computing seriously entered the AEC industry in the 1980s.

There have been major advances in the state of architectural software over the last thirty years, yet as the Design Applications Research Leader at Perkins+Will, Mario is still programming. 

In his KA Connect 2012 talk, “Still Coding After All These Years,” Mario raises the question: “Why are people like me still programming?  What is it that we are doing that goes beyond the “off-the-shelf” software?”

Watch his talk to find out.

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