Category Archives: Software Development

Proof-of-Concept Requiring Service Bus Programming

Currently, our team is working on a prospect project which requires service bus programming. I am new to the concept of using a service bus for interoperability but I think it is a good way of decoupling heterogenous systems which … Continue reading

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MeshStream: Peer-to-Peer Video Streaming

It has been a while and a lot has happened the past semester, especially in our Advanced Computer Networks course. Peer-to-peer (P2P) overlay networks became our topic for our term mini project. I and my partner looked into the possibility … Continue reading

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Hacking Call Me Maybe :]

Ryan Challinor (I think he is from MIT) hacked his wrist watch with heart rate monitor to control the tempo of artist Carly Rae’s hit song Call Me Maybe played on an music player. The higher his heart beat rate … Continue reading

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Advanced Computer Networks. . .Achilles’ Heel

Oooh yeah! Tonight will be my first class on Advanced Computer Networks (C. Festin). Honestly, network is a subject of which I am not really very fond of and not really good at. I hope though that this semester my … Continue reading

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Butterfly In My Stomach . . . Always A New Experience

Though I have always done facilitating a large group, it has always been a new experience to me every time I talked to a crowd. I never got used to it. I always had this butterfly in my stomach when … Continue reading

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New SQA Test Bed. . .Ready to Roll, Sir!

I am happy that our requested software test bed arrived into our office last week. I and Farvey, our system administrator, set all the units up and did some cabling. Also, I tagged each unit for inventory purposes. Unfortunately 2 … Continue reading

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National Competency Standard for Webmaster and Enterprise Architect

National Competency Standard for Webmaster and Enterprise Architect. We hope to have more competent IT specialists here in our country. Continue reading

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