Article is aimed at anyone looking to gain the edge in their software development team creation or advancement in the digital age. Concepts can be applied outside of sw dev at some level. Open to discussion - views are my own. UX is not just for Customers User Experience is an ever growing component of … Continue reading Releasing Software Developer Superpowers
We cannot eat popcorn wearing a virtual reality (VR) headset - Zaid Mahomedy : ImmersiveAuthority.com IIn 1995, the cringe worthy Johnny Mnemonic was released where he used a VR headset and gesture monitoring gloves to control the "future internet". Even though this movie was over 20 years ago, it is only in the past few … Continue reading Augmented and Virtual Reality: Now more about improving User Experience
Article aimed at anyone (technical or non technical) who wants to understand the steps in Machine Learning at a high level. Readable in five minutes over coffee. I think. What is Machine Learning? Today we live in a world of seemingly infinitesimal connected devices, in both personal and commercial environments. The currency associated with these … Continue reading Machine Learning 1.0 over Coffee
With the continued evolution of industries such as Data Science and the Internet of Things, there is a mix of excitement and fear amongst the populous. Excitement for what they can do for our lives or businesses, but fear of what it will mean for humanity. The fears are normally sourced from the media or some … Continue reading Man vs Machine: Why the competition?
Whilst terms like "Big Data", "Data Analytics", "Business Intelligence" and "Data Science" have seemingly being around for many years, not a lot of companies have really understood the boundaries between these, and the interrelationships between them to lead their efforts in data to genuine business impact. Business impact is the key end goal from any … Continue reading Just how “Data Intelligent” is your company?
And so it ends. The Web Summit on Irish shores finished on Thursday (for now), and I must admit there was an athmosphere of "what if" and that of sombreness. But we cannot allow this to affect our perspective and thinking of the impact this conference has had on Ireland tech landscape.. Paddy Cosgrave has … Continue reading Closing off Web Summit 2015 – Day 2/3
Switching focus back to a series of technical blog posts, over the next 5/6 blog posts (there may be some Web Summit updates intertwined!) I aim to demystify "all things data", to include reporting - analytics - data science - business intelligence, key difference and dependencies between these terms, explore an introduction to where machine … Continue reading 10 Perspectives on “All Things Data”
Whilst this blog is focused at the characteristics that millennials (and others) functioning in the technology sector will need to have in the coming years, it could be associated to other industries also. Some of these features are already in play, however they are not seen currently as a full set. Happy reading. 1: Collaborator Internal company … Continue reading The 2020 Digital Employee: 10 Characteristics
As we are a month inside the second half of 2015, I thought it would be a good time to look at some of the technology trends that are in motion, and will have more of an influence as we enter 2016. 1: SMAC becomes SMACT Social Mobile, Analytics and Cloud (SMAC) has existed for … Continue reading 5 Technology trends to consider right now
Let's look at two forces of attraction that are happening in the technology space, specifically looking at creating true artificial intelligent systems, utilizing advances in both software and hardware technologies. For years, even decades we have chased it. AI has been at the top of any list of research interest groups, and while there have … Continue reading Numenta and MemComputing: Perfect AI Synergy