There is a truism about all disruptive innovations: when they are first introduced to the market, they almost always appear like their predecessor technology. It is only after a disruptive innovation has fully matured and customers are familiar with it
If you have kids involved a FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team, you are likely familiar with a common issue: since there are more students than robots, it's often hard to get novice programmers enough time on a robot to learn.
Enterprise IT In the 2000s I still remember my first experiences with enterprise IT in the mid/late 2000s. I’d arrived at a 70K person company post acquisition and been given my first company-issued laptop. The first task I
For those who haven’t heard of “tulip mania”, I’ll give you a short recap. The time is the 1630s, the location the Netherlands. While the tulip had been imported to Europe in the mid-1500s, the interest in the
With the volume of bubble talk increasing to a fever pitch over the last few months, I've been wondering why this bubble feels like it's passing me by. Don't get me wrong: my company is doing great, the Boston tech
I use Hangouts pervasively across my day, from hiring, to making phone calls, to engineering meetings, to talking with customers. My fondness for Hangouts is based on its elimination of the friction that comes standard web conferencing. With a single