computer science economy

Hardware need not be hard: Our BAYDUINO

This is how the story of our BAYDUINO project went.

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Casa Jasmina

[Den Post auf Deutsch lesen] “We must put human values into things, we must beware of the clashes among things. A smart house can clash with a happy house. The thoughtless convenience of seamless design can clash with the need for control and dignity. The users clash with the people. Our geek hood clashes with […]

computer science slow theory

Collapsing Moments. Failure-driven Debugging of Intuition

by Regine Heidorn, Bit-Boutique®. [Original German Post] In our consciousness of the everyday grind we are mostly aware of thoughts, feelings and actions for a moment or a longer timespan like days or weeks. We try to do the Right Thing™ at the Right Time™ to keep us in a flow to reach our goals. […]

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>digital<: to finger sth.

[Original German Blog Post] Arno Schmidt: Zettel’s Traum. The detail shown above read: (dug from ‘dig’ & this from ‘digital’ : to finger sth. digital (not comparable) [1] Having to do with digits (fingers or toes); performed with a finger. [2] Property of representing values as discrete numbers rather than a continuous spectrum. – digital […]

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Slow Coding

by Regine Heidorn, Bit-Boutique®. [Read this post in German] The breathtaking speed with which some products arising from programming like software or websites seem to be developed may mislead over the fact that programming is not a fast kind of work. Code is poetry – the slogan absorbed by WordPress – stands for one of […]