Years ago, when we talked about open source code, we were talking about something that was really only relevant to classic computer geeks – the ones running their computers on Unix and swapping bits of code on message boards. Times have changed, though, and now open source code is an integral part of how most businesses and just about anyone in the software world does their work.Read Full Story
Marketers who understand what triggering events are and how to find them can start talking to prospects before they’re in the market for a business’s goods or services.Read Full Story
If you want to grow, you have to set the right example by walking the walk and talking the talk. Growth starts at the top — with you.Read Full Story
There, I said it. I said the “R” word. And no, I’m not talking the political “R” word. I’m talking about the potential of a… r-e-c-e-s-s-i-o-n.Read Full Story
Talking about automating one’s job is a difficult exercise. People who need to have the job done but don’t know how (or don’t have enough resources) are bound to like the message. People who work on this automation can only approve. But many of those who do that job for a living will disagree.Read Full Story
The term “motion-to-photon latency” comes up a lot when talking about virtual reality. What is that?
Motion-to-Photon latency is the time needed for a user movement to be fully reflected on a display screen. If it takes 100ms to reflect your movements on the screen of your virtual reality headset when you make a movement (e.g.
If you’re wondering why this is part 4.1 instead of part 4, and why I’m not talking about continuing to build the local jbc, it’s because explaining Bitcoin’s Proof of Work difficulty at a somewhat lower level takes a lot of space. So unlike what this title says, this post in part 4 is not how to build a blockchain. It’s about how an existing blockchain is built.Read Full Story