Internet of Things – A Few Links

Posted Posted in Emerging Technologies

Ti enables Ineternet of Things (popularly known as IOT). Here is a white paper on the Evolution of Internet of Things from TI. “The Internet of Things (IoT) is quickly growing with the expectation of 50 billion connected devices by 2020 to provide smart, invisible technology that works for you based on your preferences. With […]

Job Trends and Skills in Demand

Posted Posted in Ideas, Creativity, Innovation

From Dice – AWS and Devops Skills in Demand An analysis of recruiter searches also showed two very clear trends: AWS and DevOps are at the forefront of industry needs The top 10 cloud-adjacent requests reveal an Open Source trend, with key requests included everything from Linux to configuration management systems like Chef and Puppet […]

Unless You Actively Flex Your Neurons…

Posted Posted in Ideas, Creativity, Innovation, Students, Learning and Teaching

“unless you actively flex your neurons, nothing much happens in your head. A reader has to be motivated, engaged, curious, and inspired to solve problems, draw conclusions, and generate new knowledge. And for that, you need challenges, exercises, and thought-provoking questions, and activities that involve both sides of the brain and multiple senses.” From “Head […]

Education and Innovation – Is There a Correlation?

Posted Posted in Ideas, Creativity, Innovation, Students, Learning and Teaching

How Finland, South Korea and Poland achieve such remarkably high scores on international tests: This is the first hint of how Finland does it: rather than “trying to reverse engineer a high-performance teaching culture through dazzlingly complex performance evaluations and value-added data analysis,” as Americans do, they ensure high-quality teaching from the beginning, allowing only […]