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As Internet of Things technologies mature, there is more focus on aggregation of disparate information. Edge devices provide the rich data streams on which those techniques are based. While low level design of an edge device or its wireless…
Strategies for IoT Edge Devices in Noisy Channels.
As Internet of Things technologies mature, there is more focus on aggregation of disparate information. Edge devices provide the rich data streams on which those techniques are based. While low level design of an edge device or its wireless protocol may not be foremost in a developers mind, a basic knowledge of techniques employed can […]
This is probably not what the blog challenge had in mind, but I’m going to use the opportunity to write about wearable technology…. There are some fun applications out in the wearable technology domain. Some are essentially a device stuck onto something wearable: – Wearable photos– A comm badge– And more upscale: the Misfit fitness tracker that […]
Constraints Driven Development…my favorite line of code
This post is inspired by the recent blog battle topic “My favorite line(s) of code” and a recent line of code that I was, literally, Laughing-Out-Loud at. (I apologize for disturbing any of my neighboring SEPeers.) Not the kind of laughing where you are like “man, what were they thinking!?!”. This was the kind of […]
Many times I hear that people want a variety, and that variety is a good thing. With everything – food, work, exercise, hobbies, etc. It dawned on me this morning that in the past year at work, I’ve worked on an embedded C project, dabbled in C# and .NET, done some LabView work, evaluated a […]