Note: I was inexplicably invited to address a graduating class of Electrical Engineers, which included my nephew, Daniel. That gathering got canceled, of course, so in the spirit of design reuse I’m summarizing my address here.
Ladies and gentlemen, members of the clergy, heads of state, madames et monsieursRead More → "To the Graduating Class of 2020"
Did you know that the edge computing market is forecasted to reach almost nine billion by 2023? In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, Mathew Formica (Director of Edge AI Developer Scale – Intel) and I chat about the the biggest challenges in edge computing today, what’s included in Intel’s OpenVino Tool Kit, and how Intel and Udacity are looking to train one million developers with their Intel … Read More → "Engineering the Edge: How Intel is Looking to Train One Million Engineers"
With the COVID-19 situation continuing to evolve, numerous companies in our industry have been telling their employees to work from home (WFH) lately to enable “social distancing” to slow the spread of the virus. Large numbers of engineers, marketers, and other technology professionals may find themselves hanging out on the sofa, trying to squeeze out a normal day’s work via VPN over a cacophony of … Read More → "Work from Home Survival Guide"
I must admit that when I first started writing this miniseries, I had no idea how much interest it would stir. In Part 1, we considered some fundamental points like choosing your company and website names; also, getting a professional graphic designer to create your … Read More → "How to Start a Startup (Part 4)"
In my previous column, we noted that a lot of engineers are interested in starting their own company. We began by considering some of the “low hanging fruit” topics like choosing company and website names and getting a professional graphic designer to create your logo and templates for things … Read More → "How to Start a Startup (Part 2)"
“I used to jog but the ice cubes kept falling out of my glass.” – David Lee Roth
It’s summertime, and time for a little light reading – of engineering textbooks.
But what if you can’t read? That is, what if you’re blind, dyslexic, or otherwise not able to access printed material the way most … Read More → "A Nontechnical Solution to a Technical Problem"