Heroes in Silicon Valley (and at the RTI User’s Group Meeting)

It was Halloween two days ago. Everywhere you looked, people were running around in superhero costumes. You know them: Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman. Why do people love heroes?  Because they’re inspiring. Heroes boldly venture into new challenges and accomplish things nobody thought they could. 

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Women in Engineering: A Story for your Daughter

Recently, I got the opportunity to present to a group called, “Women Who Code (WWC),” a society for women in software engineering careers. I decided to start with a story that I made up for my daughter when she was little. The kid’s version is contained at the bottom of this post; if you have time, please check it out. But, since you’re likely a harried grown up, here’s the Reader’s Digest version: 

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#TBT: From Predicting to Propelling the Industrial IoT

If you missed it, you should check out the recent press release about RTI’s growth in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). It’s really a great time to be RTI! Sure, from a business perspective all the vectors point the right way. But for me, the most exciting things in that press release aren’t numbers.  I’m more amazed that we get to play with so many futuristic applications. Carbots? Renewable energy? Smart healthcare? Hyperloop? Flying cars? Wind turbines? CT scanners? We got ‘em all. And new things show up all the time.

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Top Five Webinars of 2016

The year may be coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean your inspiration should! That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the top five webinars of 2016 - just for you! From Autonomous Cars, Cybersecurity, to Robotics, we’ve got you covered. Check out our list below and dare to be inspired  :)

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Connext DDS, Robotic Limbs and the Borg

 Has our CTO been assimilated by the Borg and given new fancy limbs for becoming part of the collective?

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