Random Thoughts

Methods for Solving Problems

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Problem Solving

This site is mostly about ideas that I can’t put in practice by my own. However, in my professional life, things are completely different. One way or another I get lots of things done and I prefer to keep it this way. I am going to share in this blog post a couple of methods […]

Artificial Intelicence

The Age of Robots has started!

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The Age of Robots

Introduction It’s 2050 and Robots are already part of our everyday life. All economic sectors are now dependent on them. Someone looks back and asks himself when The Age of Robots has started? Short History The first instance of a mechanical device built to regularly carry out a particular physical task occurred around 3000 B.C. […]

IT Recruiting

Technical Interview Method

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Interview

Sometimes Innovation is simply about doing a normal thing in a different way. It doesn’t have to be rocket science if it brings an improvement to an existing tool or process. With this in mind, you can read below my personal developed technical interview method. I applied it multiple times and as far as I […]

Android

RPA for Mobile devices

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The Age of Robots

Since I haven’t changed my mind in the mean time (I rarely do) and still believe that Smartphones will replace laptops eventually, I’m thinking why there isn’t an RPA for Mobile devices just yet? Perhaps Apple is breaking the ice towards it through Shortcuts app, introduced in iOS 12 and standardized as a built in […]

Amazon

High Availability Prerequisites

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High Availability Layers

Introduction This post is not so much about Innovation, it does not present new and possible good ideas, but it serves Innovation in rather a different way. Whenever an innovative idea requires an IT implementation, best practices should be followed and I found that most of the times the High Availability topic is rather misunderstood […]

Android

Smart phones will replace laptops

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Smart phones will replace laptops

Summary I am thinking more and more these days that smart phones will replace laptops and personal computers. Of course I’ve made a couple of Google searches on it to see if there already are solutions, but per what I was able to see for now there are only early stage solutions, nothing polished, nothing […]

AWS

All code fully documented versus Serverless cloud computing

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frugally reading through the documentation provided by AWS and Azure for Serverless computing, I realized that the core part of the idea of All Code fully documented is not that different. Especially if you think at: AWS Serverless Application Repository Microsoft Azure Market Place Google Cloud Functions It’s pretty much the same concept, in a different […]

Amazon

Amazon Bees and Amazon Beehive

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Hey Amazon, why Amazon Snowball is not elastic too? Yes you can scale it up, but you are never able to scale it down too. It might be just me but 100 TB seems very large for most of IoT devices. This looks to me like a waste of resources and well, too much of […]