VR Will be Bigger than Tech Geeks, but We Need Their Passion to Get Us There

I am Gen-X. I was once dazzled by a blob of pixels on a propriety machine that could accurately be described by today's standards as the worst table tennis simulation of all time on the worst home gaming system of all time: Pong. But what was it that the current, dazzling iterations of table tennis video …

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The Almighty Point: A Formulaic Approach to Software Engineering Decision-Making in an Agile World

I’ve been engineering, leading, maintaining developing, and delivering software projects and products for 23 years. Full life cycle from waterfall methodology to various flavors and hybrids of Agile methodology. No team structure has been the same, and I’ve played just about every role there is to play to one extent or another. But one thing …

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Bringing the 360° VR Office Experience to Remote Workers

For many years, I have been curious about virtual reality headsets, but had never followed through with actually trying one. For one, they were very expensive and two, no one I knew owned one, so the only opportunity to try one out was in my local mall. The VR gaming space in the mall was …

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