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February 17

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today?

“Men, women, boys and girls worsted, cotton, thread, and silk stockings.”

Thomas Radcliffe’s lengthy advertisement filled more than two-thirds of a column in the… 386 more words

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Disrupting Class: Chapter 1: Why Schools Struggle to Teach Differently When Each Student Learns Differently


Like good business professors, the authors begin this chapter with a case: The school’s star forward is struggling in chemistry class, while others around him seem to get it. 561 more words

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Data Born Companies and the Rest of Us

This post is a new feature here on this blog, being guest blogging by data management professionals from all over the world. First up is  567 more words


Busting 3 Industrial Internet of Things myths

@tachyeonz : There is no doubt that the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) market is evolving quickly.

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Learning About OPC, the Interoperability Standard for Industrial Automation

@tachyeonz : I am spending a portion of my time each week learning about how APIs are being applied at the industrial level. An example of this can be found over at Opto 22, with their approach to using REST across their Programmable Automation Controllers (PAC). 24 more words


Grave naming

I just heard a new one today.  On the topic of “software development and coding standards” have you ever heard of “Grave Naming”?

I guess it refers to the practice of standardizing specific domain (value) names across development layers.  416 more words


What Is a Mandatory Standard in Industrial Automation?

@tachyeonz : The post What Is a Mandatory Standard in Industrial Automation? first appeared on the ISA Interchange blog site. AutoQuiz is edited by Joel Don, ISA’s community manager. 39 more words