June 19, 2018
WiFi: A progressive evolution
WiFi is a term that everybody knows about nowadays and has become an integral part of everyday life. From our smartphones, to game consoles and computers, most devices on the market today are equipped with WiFi.
May 29, 2018
Rubber duck debugging
The life of a programmer can be a tough ask; don't let anyone try to tell you otherwise. We all have to admit that when developing any application (or part of) we’re bound to make mistakes - some of which can take us hours to spot and troubleshoot.
May 25, 2018
Avoiding human error through good design
“To err is human;” as Alexander Pope said in his poem An Essay on Criticism, Part II , in 1711. While anyone can make mistakes, there are a few tips that a designer or developer can consider in order to make a user’s experience easier and more rewarding. In many fields, a range from 75 to 95 percent of all accidents are reported as human error.
April 24, 2018
Stephen Hawking's vision of future AI
One of the brightest minds of humanity, Steven Hawking, recently passed away at the age of 76. Apart from his legendary insight about black holes and Hawking radiation, Hawking spoke about many different issues during his lifetime - one of which was Artificial Intelligence (AI) and his fear of it overtaking human intelligence and spelling our doom.