5 Keys to a Cybersecurity Culture

One of my first introductions to cybersecurity came when I was eighteen. Someone had stolen my identity, and it took months to get all the issues resolved. More recently, my brother—also an IT Security professional—stopped a scammer who used his social media information to try to take advantage of our grandfather. I’ve fallen in love…

Walmart Wows Tech VIPs with VR Shopping during SXSW

For 30 years, the South by Southwest festival has been a melting pot of innovative media and disruptive technology. For a week-and-a-half in March, artists, entrepreneurs and organizations from around the world descend on Austin, Texas, to learn, be entertained, and get inspired. This year, Walmart teamed up with the Capital Factory, Austin’s premier entrepreneurship…

From Java to the RC Racetrack: Building Robots with Raspberry Pi

Matt Srum wanted to be a technologist since he was a kid, but he didn’t get into robotics until college when one of his professors participated in the DARPA Robotics Challenge. Hearing about the competition inspired Srum to build an RC car controlled with C++. That was over a decade ago, and his biggest challenge…

Good UX Means Collaboration Between Designers and Developers

Frank Lloyd Wright’s quintessential achievement is Falling Water in Brandywine, Pennsylvania, a beautiful edifice that transcends nature and architecture. The building’s tranquil façade obscures a rocky development process. Fearing collapse of some of the larger portions of the porches, the owner contracted an engineer to look over the structural aspects. The engineer noted there was…

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