The Most Popular Wireless Standard You’ve Never Heard Of (Part III)

Part III: Getting the Message Through In Part II, we explored some of the physical aspects of 802.15.4 networks. Way back in Part I, we saw why the ISM Band…

The Most Popular Wireless Standard You’ve Never Heard Of (Part II)

Part II: The Self-Organizing Network In part I, we started exploring the features of 802.15.4 networks. In this post, we’ll explore the ways these devices organize themselves into networks. The 802.15.4…

Round Tripping Your Assumptions

This is an ignite talk I did at one of our Estimation Guild Meetings. Here is the text parsed by SlideShare 1. Round Tripping Your Assumptions ‘CAUSE YOU KNOW WHAT…

The Most Popular Wireless Standard You’ve Never Heard Of (Part I)

Part I: Life on the Edge As the Internet of Things (IoT) gained popularity, the industry needed radios that could provide a reasonable data rate at a low cost using…

i got a new laptop – setting up a macos development environment

I recently got a new laptop. Here is how I set it up. Jon FullerDirector of Software Engineering https://www.sep.com/sep-blog/jon-fuller/

A Review of Three Checksum Verifier Tools

What is a CheckSum? A checksum is a unique string that identifies a file. You can think of it as a file’s fingerprint.   Why do I need a Checksum…

SEP DevOps Ignite Talks – Packer

​For the fifth installment of the SEP DevOps Ignite Talks I gave an overview on Packer. Packer can create base images with built in configurations. Click through the slides below…

Installing FoodCritic on Windows

FoodCritiic is a linter for Chef Cookbooks. It does an automated code review on your Chef Cookbook and reports violations. See the FoodCritiic home page for a list of violations…

SEP DevOps Ignite Talks – Docker

This is the next in the series of DevOps Ignite talks that were given at SEP in January to present the different tools available for software configuration and deployment.  It…