Casey INNovation Summit and TEDxCasey

Casey INNovation Summit
Sunday 7th April 2019

Casey INNovation Summit The Casey INNovation Summit is at Bunjil Place on April 28 2019. There are a lot of free events and Successful Endeavours will be exhibiting along with the Casey Tech School and many others. TEDxCasey TEDxCasey is … Continue reading

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Writing Better Code

Monday 2nd July 2018

What is Code? Those who write software refer to source code. This is human readable instructions for a computer to execute. Which either gets compiled to machine code in the instruction set the computer can execute, or is interpreted directly by … Continue reading

Posted by Ray Keefe under Collaboration, Embedded Software, Software Design
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Disruptive Innovation in Photography

Friday 2nd March 2018

Disruptive Innovation Clayton Christensen in his book The Innovator’s Dilemma showed us that the business drivers of our current customers blinds us to emerging but currently unsuitable technology that eventually takes over our market. This has led to a focus on Innovation that looks to … Continue reading

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IEEE Collabratec

Thursday 1st February 2018

IEEE IEEE, the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, is the largest professional engineering body in the world and has a world wide focus. I am a Senior Member and have always found it worthwhile. In the days before the … Continue reading

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Satellite Internet

Tuesday 24th October 2017

Satellite Internet There are many areas of the world where Internet services are not readily accessible. One of the ideas for providing poorly services areas with Internet was Google’s Project Loon which used high altitude balloons.   But there are also Satellite … Continue reading

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