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Internet of Things

October 28, 2022

Industrial Internet of Things IIoT Simplified

In this article let's focus on the segments which are using Industrial Automation systems, why these systems are getting connected and how business will be benefited?

Cloud

October 13, 2022

Monitor (IoT) devices with Node-RED and Azure LogicApps

In this blog I'm going to explain how to monitor your IoT or other devices without having to open up ports, install agents or require access to your network.

App Design

August 11, 2021

Design patterns are killing object-oriented programming

Object-oriented programming has been around for a long time, if we restrict looking at languages that support it for about 50 years.

Testing

September 28, 2022

Ctrl + Shift Left

One thing I keep hearing from our clients is the need for earlier testing, to “shift left”. So, in this blog post I’m writing about that. What does shift left mean in software testing?

Machine Intelligence

June 1, 2022

TechTalk – Democratizing Enterprise Innovation with AI and ML

In this TechTalk, the Thinkubator Business AI/ML Framework for Deep Design will be presented to offer a perspective, with a toolset to enable democratization of innovation for products and services.

DevOps

August 15, 2022

DevOps with People, Process, and Tools

Let’s explore the 3 pillars of DevOps and see how they can provide value to our projects.

Big Data and Analytics

November 17, 2021

Big Data Cluster with Kubernetes and SQL Server 2019

The idea with this post is to delve into the Big Data capabilities that Microsoft SQL Server 2019 presents.

Cybersecurity

December 3, 2021

Reconsidering Vehicle Risk In The Era Of Militarized Cyberspace

More than five years ago, Andy Greenberg recounted how hackers had disabled his vehicle while he was driving 70mph in a Jeep Cherokee. The attackers, as a “friendly” demonstration, changed his radio station, turned on his wipers, blasted the AC and switched off the ignition.

Blockchain

May 10, 2021

Issue #10 – Playing With Reality – The YOLO FOMO LOL Economy 🚀🔮🌟

Erin Griffith, a tech journalist, coined the term “The YOLO FOMO LOL Economy” in two of her articles. We think it perfectly describes today’s meme society. In this #10 issue you will probably experience some fear of missing out yourself.

Low Code

November 11, 2022

Low code: back to the future

Low code is often presented as the future of application development. Is it true?

Chatbots

September 16, 2022

QuESt – Sogeti’s Quality Engineering Status Bot

QuESt: Quality Engineering & Status Reporting Bot, is our live reporting solution that will help the project stakeholder like QA Directors and Managers for taking the right decision during the project execution.

Semantic Search

September 21, 2020

Language models: battle of the parameters — NLP on Steroids (Part II)

In Part I of the blog , we explored the language models and transformers, now let’s dive into some examples of GPT-3.

Intelligent Experiences

October 19, 2021

Issue #34 – Playing With Reality

Book Real Fake, TikTok Tics, Future Wake, Voice Clone Steals 35 Million Dollars and Amplified Propaganda

Extended Reality

July 12, 2022

Issue #72 – Real Fake Newsletter – Building Communities, Token-Gating and The Avatar Economy

Building Communities, Token-Gating, Decentralized Autonomous Organizations, Our Virtual Lives Are Real Lives and The Avatar Economy

Connected Products

May 26, 2021

Technology Labs podcast: Reality / Virtual Humans

Menno van Doorn is the guest in this episode of Technology Labs. He talks about the new book "playing with reality"

ADA & CDP

December 12, 2012

Privacy by Inituitive Icons

The summary of the article Big Data for All: Privacy and User Control in the Age of Analytics (Tene & Polonetsky, 2012) adeqately correlates the economic Big Data promise to the issues of e-privacy and data protection: 1 – Advances in data mining and analytics and the massive increase in computing power and data storage capacity have expanded by orders of magnitude the scope of information...

Microservices

November 17, 2022

Microservices, What an Absolute Mesh!

Having witnessed and supported several organizations in their journey, it has become clear to me that it is sometimes more challenging than originally anticipated to realize the full advantages of a Microservices architecture.