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Implementing boot test for flash usability
Posted:14/11/2014,08:53:27 PM by eeInvestigation...
Non-volatile flash memory (NVMe) has been utilised to increase the performance of high-end servers for years, notably pioneered by Fusion IO. Today, NVMe is becoming the preferred technology for flash storage and the all-flash datacenter. As NVMe adoption increases, other elements of usability wil....
Engineering education: What are we lacking?
Posted:14/11/2014,08:45:14 PM by Jack Ganssle
Recently I got interviewed regarding my thoughts on engineering education. Now, first, it’s important to note that the university experience is not an engineering education; it’s merely the start of that process. Too many of us practitioners figure we can stop learning after graduation....
Vetinari clock: The sound effects
Posted:12/11/2014,06:13:05 PM by Clive Maxfield
Well, things are bouncing cheerily along, as they do. With regard to my previous column about locking down the final layout for my Vetinari Clock, we've pretty much boiled things down to the two choices shown below.       In the upper image, we have our tree-switch group....
Vetinari clock: The final layout
Posted:10/11/2014,07:19:46 PM by Clive Maxfield
Well, we're at a pivotal point. I'm poised to lock down the final layout for the front panel for my Vetinari Clock project. We've explored several alternatives scenarios in earlier columns (see this blog and this one too), and now I'd like to hear your thoughts on the final conten.....
Initial impressions on Nexus 9 tablet
Posted:07/11/2014,03:42:59 PM by By Design
The Google Nexus 9 has been available for purchase from the Play Store since November 3. The $400 slate is among the first batch of devices to ship with Android 5.0 Lollipop on board. It is a huge step up from last year's Nexus 7 in terms of size, specs, and cost. Does the performance increase....
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