Elecia White has released her new book on O’Reilly media, “Making Embedded Systems: Design Patterns for Great Software.” Her initial motivation was to guide another good engineer into arcane and relatively undocumented world of firmware and embedded systems. Disclosure: She’s a friend and I have provided comments on some chapters…and an interview question. If you […]
[vsw id=”ne4FsCTVtyo” source=”youtube” width=”425″ height=”344″ autoplay=”no”] Yes, it’s a twitter appliance for your dog. Yes, you must replace the battery. Why wasn’t it designed it use a USB recharging method? Are they unaware that twitter users tend to be pretty savvy? And why so big? Given that it is using a local wireless channel, it […]
Moving my journal from Livejournal.com which I have used since 2001. So I will be pulling my few public entries to here soon.
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It was a day my team was dreading: Thursday presentations. Every week over the 5 weeks, each Women 2.0 Labs team presents the development of their idea and gets a chance to be properly torn down by the guest lecturer. The feedback is a once in a lifetime chance but it can be a brutal […]
I found out I couldn’t park at the pier until after I was at 4th and King. Therefore, I was late to breakfast. Mike and I met for breakfast and to talk development. We have a set of features we want to focus on for the next five weeks on a common mobile dev platform. […]
We’ve made teams and now we are listening to Eric Ries of IMVU. He’s quite amusing. However, pitch time draws near. Go team “Walk This Way”
I was recently accepted into Women 2.0 Labs for this fall. It is the second cohort to endeavor on creating a startup in 5 weeks. If you wanna see what I’ve done in the past, checkout this video of my project: I am currently prepping for next week by: * finishing out my last day […]