BY: MICHAEL “Mike” W. STARKWEATHER, TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY PATENT ATTORNEY.
When I was a patent counsel at Micron in the early 1990s, TI was negotiating for a rather large royalty payment for supposed use of some of their patents. 214 more words
Presenting material clearly and concisely may not be the best way to help students learn. In fact, presenting ambiguous information that leverages common sources of confusion may be a much better route to learning. 439 more words
Old news first: the role and performance of technology in an organisation is utterly out of one department’s control and has been for years. Of course IT departments desperately need to adapt to the new world if they haven’t already but they can only do so successfully when the whole business acknowledges that it too has to think and work differently with technology, rather than retain the messy way they currently do: all technology is not the same; IT is not all technology; neither is digital. 430 more words
Does your organization insource or outsource all or some IT services? In my assessment of about 200 organizations’ procurement and supply chain capabilities some obvious opportunities have been discovered like SKU rationalization, supplier rationalization, specification homogenization and outsourcing. 392 more words
In geometry class, we used protractors to measure angles. In web application development, we use protractor to measure angular (and other non angular) web applications. Protractor runs tests in a real browser (just as your users will). 648 more words