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Blogs about Test

Blogs about Test

  • To Geek or Not to Geek

    Miki B

    Ah, Technology. We all use it, but to call myself a techno Geek is pushing it. Give me an iphone, and I’ll be lucky to switch it on, let alone be able to use it. I have an ipad, but it gathers dust as I find it too difficult to find what I am looking for, which is usually internet.


    • Measuring Faster


      The speed or the time taken complete something is often used as a comparator of performance - but how do you know what you are measuring is correct?


      • ENGINEERING: mindset, not a profession!

        Mike Brojak

        Some people love technology, some are not interested. Ever been at a party or other gathering where the moment someone says they’re an Engineer, you either have an instant burst of interest and a mental note “I’ve got to have a chat with her/him” or you barely skip this person’s introduction waiting for the next one? This is the barometer for your Engineering mindset


        • Is it explosion proof? Really?

          Connector Geek

          Standards are great.  Everybody has them.  Do you want to describe the exact colour of puce to paint your wagon?  There's a standard for that.  Do you want to find out how much cho


          • Saving Vultures with Microduino and a Raspberry Pi


            How do you save a species of animals from possible extinction using Microduino and a Raspberry Pi? That is a challenge that the team at Microduino are hoping that they have answered with their new EggDuino project, aimed to save one of the most infamous birds of prey on the planet.


            • Remote Desktop Client for Raspberry PI IoT now available


              April 1st seems to have its fair share of april fools but amidst all the fun I discovered microsoft has released an Insider preview that now includes a Remote Desktop Client service for the raspberry PI and on the app store is the necessary client to load onto your windows 10 desktop. The desktop can be a Phone, Tablet or PC, it just need to be running windows 10 So I loaded it up and gave it a try... here is the result