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Unfortunately, all too often we design our equipment to fight the last war -- whether in business or the military.
Toggle Commented Jul 30, 2015 on Humvee 2.0 at New Florence. New Renaissance.
I read "The In-Memory Revolution" too. It makes a great deal of sense both in what is now possible as well as what's likely to happen - technically. You know as well as I though that if the culture isn't ready it doesn't matter how good a solution may be. There is going to be some significant change management for both the customers, service providers and even SAP itself for mid-stream change in equines to take place without a number of folks getting all wet. Thanks for the reference...
Toggle Commented May 9, 2015 on Measuring Simple at deal architect
I am surprised you didn't cover the integration of digital technology with ham radio. You lament the changes in the same way that some thought spark gap was the pinnacle of the hobby. The integration of computing techniques has opened RTTY (which when I started was the domain of the relatively wealthy), PSK, DSTAR, APRS and a myriad of modes to nearly everyone. There are more amateur radio operators in the US today then there has ever been. With the experimental nature of the hobby, most of them have some experience integrating radio with digital technologies and this bring even more breadth of possibility -- it just may be a different path than the one you (or I) took. 73, AD5EN
As we've talked about a few times in the past. People's creative nature is not always a positive addition to every stage of a process.
Toggle Commented Dec 8, 2012 on "FoxBots" at New Florence. New Renaissance.
You say it has "3G/4G data (multiple radios) microphones, speakers, a camera (with video obviously,) sensors, compass, gyro, and more." but they really didn't demonstrate any of that functionality. I also hear they had to play some pretty crazy games to get the data into the show from the camera. It wasn't running over a 3G/4G network. Why didn't they show more, all I saw was a spiffy camera.
Have you ever seen dynamic 2D codes like this that can be modified as whatever they are attached to goes through the process. It definitely adds another degree of capability to an already useful tool. So the printing capability can be a factor as well as the camera and the media.
Yes, meetings are the amplifying component of the small mind.
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2012 on Meetings: Where Work Goes to Die at Coding Horror
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