“All I was doing was trying to get home from work.” – Rosa Parks
Bugs are an inevitability, but they’re especially embarrassing when your customer finds them before you do. All things being equal, it would be better if your devices notified you of a bug instead of your customers calling to complain that their shiny and expensive … Read More → "When the Bugs Find You"
Way back in the mists of time, when I was bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, as I penned the first words in this quest to explore the topic of switch bounce and debounce, I actually thought it would take only one, perhaps two, columns. Sad to relate, as the days grew into weeks and the weeks grew into months, I grew into a much sadder and wiser man.
I … Read More → "Ultimate Guide to Switch Debounce (Part 6)"
“No matter where you go, there you are.” – Buckaroo Banzai
A new venture-backed startup is developing disruptive technology that promises to upend long-cherished beliefs about electronics, semiconductors, manufacturing processes, and power consumption. It eliminates or minimizes many of the expensive and time-consuming steps used in today’s billion-dollar semiconductor fabs, while also shifting power consumption numbers by several … Read More → "Creating Innovation in a Vacuum"
In this week’s Fish Fry podcast, we take on systems on chips, body on chips, and much more! First up, we check out how Havard’s Wyss University is hoping to change the future of modern drug development and approval. We take a closer look at how this team has pieced together ten “Organ Chips” to create a fully functioning body-on-chip platform and how this new BoC system … Read More → "Systems and Bodies on Chip"
I’ve been thinking a lot about the impermanence of data recently. A lot of my own documents and images that used to travel through time with me in the physical realm* – photographs, letters, journals – seem to have become lost in the mists of the past (*as opposed to using my time machine, which is currently hors de combat — you simply cannot lay your hands on spare … Read More → "Worried About Your SSD Data? Virtium Has You Covered!"
“The majority of meetings should be discussions that lead to decisions.” – Patrick Lencioni
Setting standards must be lonely work. You meet, you discuss, you weigh options, and you write up prescriptions. And then you wait, hoping the industry will follow your lead and take your advice. If they do, great. And if not? Well, there’s always another … Read More → "Setting Sensible Standards for IoT"