While studying electrical engineering, I learned early on that electricity doesn’t really work like everyone thinks. Here are four things you probably didn’t know about electric current.
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Our Engineering Process
The first thing to understand about the engineering process is that it is iterative. You don’t simply run through the process and then go straight to production. Each iteration works out problems and yields a better product. It usually takes at least a few iterations to get to a design that is ready for a small production run then a couple more iterations to scale up.
U2F Excitement then Disappointment
I recently ordered a pair of U2F authentication keys from Amazon. I was very excited about my move to nearly unbreakable security on Gmail, Dropbox, Github, and other services. Individuals and businesses should be flocking to U2F and similar technologies to secure their data and prevent embarrassing and costly security breaches.
Three Pitfalls to avoid going from Prototype to Production
Too many new (and even some experienced) entrepreneurs and product managers underestimate the effort going from prototype to production. Here are three big tasks that should not be overlooked.
Three Mistakes Companies Make When Developing Products
When developing a new hardware product, there is much wisdom that comes from experience. Here are 3 of the common pitfalls that I have seen.