Even though I have a few college degrees and a lifetime of experience, I am a beginner, too.
It’s time we revisit the source of these ideas and question the solutions we’re presented with.
Here are five things I didn’t know when I started my first job as a software developer.
Even the most complex product can be demonstrated with ease if you use the right story.
The term "VUCA" aptly defines the environment that we are living in: volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity.
For every product, there are functions and features that are must-have or are nice to have. When we distinguish between the two, the selection becomes relatively simple.
The advantage we makers now have of receiving complex low-cost parts at our doorstep means we can produce creative and beautiful designs.
Oracle DBA Mentor provides information on how to use each of these resources to assist in solving problems just like this one.
In this blog post, I describe the models for the two types of time series and I simulate one example of each.
I wasn't trying to brainstorm a new concept or try out a new trendy component; I was simply following my curiosity and it felt great.
How can teachers best take advantage of 3D printing to teach abstract math and science concepts?
Future generations will be thankful for snapshots of our reality and its unique objects to be experienced in 3D.
Gather and analyze customer data like a pro with Visual Studio App Center and Azure.
We will perform a fun experiment that illustrates the power and flexibility of the Linux device files.
Let’s look at an example of what can happen when companies operate without baselined, version-controlled software.
In this blog we will examine the key solution options for designing and implementing modern digital applications.
The simplicity of 1980s home computers made them ideal systems for entry level programmers and they possibly still are today.
The list of attempts to make it possible to write less code is endless.