7 Misconceptions About Bitcoin
By January 12, 2018 0 Comments Read More →

7 Misconceptions About Bitcoin

A couple of days (read 2 months) ago, I wrote why I believe Bitcoin is a bad investment.  At the time, I promised to write about the technical shortcomings of Bitcoin.  I did, and my browser crashed eating a large chunk of my post, […]

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Why I am not Enthusiastic about the Blockchain or Bitcoin – Part 1: A Terrible Investment
By November 14, 2017 2 Comments Read More →

Why I am not Enthusiastic about the Blockchain or Bitcoin – Part 1: A Terrible Investment

A couple weeks ago I was discussing a technical architecture with a consultant working for a client of mine.  After this, we ended just small-talking about this and that in tech, and ended up discussing “the blockchain” and “cryptocurrency.”  Much to the surprise of […]

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Model-based Testing II: The GUIening
By November 3, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Model-based Testing II: The GUIening

The modeling business is all about looks.  Delicate lines, color composition, presentation all coming together.  Ok, I’m done with a bad attempt at a bad analogy. Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated.  As is the existence of such rumors.  While I’ve been […]

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By October 26, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

A Silver Bullet for Students?

Of course not.  Students are people too, so regular bullets will do just fine.  It’s interesting, though; I just heard about a study performed at Harvard to combat the dilemma that laptops in class help some students while it distracts others. One could […]

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By October 11, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

Relevant Parameters for Testing

I’m working on reporting for my Model-based Testing Workbench.  As part of that, I’ve been considering how to best store test parameters (inputs to the test and results coming out of the test). I was just kind-of going off on my intuition: I need […]

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What’s the Chance of a One-In-A-Hundred-Years-Event?
By October 8, 2017 0 Comments Read More →

What’s the Chance of a One-In-A-Hundred-Years-Event?

Last year a bunch of supposedly famous people kicked the bucket.  People were talking about how the world was falling apart (probably in an attempt to block out that they have reached the age where their childhood/teenage idols are in the ready-for-replacement age). […]

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