Monthly Archives: March 2018
It’s important to know one’s limitations. For example, I consider myself a pretty good computer programmer. I love problem solving and turning abstract concepts into lines of code. Over the years, I have written everything from SIP-based communication services to hard disk interrupt processors. However, I am not good at writing software that people can […]
In my last blog article, I wrote of the framework I developed to create SMS text bots. This framework uses Breeze to send and receive text messages, Context Store to manage individual chat sessions, and IBM Watson to turn incoming text messages into actionable items. This division of labor allows anyone to create very sophisticated […]
As a nerdy guy, I love movies about other nerdy guys. Give me movies like “A Beautiful Mind,” “The Theory of Everything,” or “Einstein and Eddington” (two nerdy scientists for the price of one), and I am in geek heaven. Recently, I was thrilled by “The Imitation Game” — the story of Alan Turing and […]
I was very excited to see that one of the winners at the Enterprise Connect TADHack-mini used my Zang IoT software! That’s pretty darn cool!
Do you have a great idea for an IoT application, but don’t know the first thing about programming and have no interest in learning a programming language? The Avaya Breeze and Zang drag-and-drop workflow designer tools allow you to visualize your idea and with a few mouse clicks, go from concept to a powerful, enterprise-grade […]