The meandering journey of NodeBots Interchange

Published Wednesday, January 27th 2016

What started as a plan to simply make components work a bit better with NodeBots turned into a way of managing any firmware using JavaScript.

A 8 minute read 2.2k words

5 posts about data

  • Tuesday, December 20th 2011

    Towards a sensor commons

    A quiet revolution is taking place in the Internet of Things world and it isn't one being orchestrated top down by the companies who want to Internet enable everything and make smart cities.

    12 minute read (3.5k words)

  • Monday, April 28th 2008

    Easy product or class rating system

    So you've got a lovely little ratings system going on your site. All of a sudden though you get slashdotted, dugg or just your marketing starts working and you have thousands of users all rating your products / services / systems / posts / videos etc and your pages start to creak.

    4 minute read (930 words)

  • Sunday, March 16th 2008

    Security 101 : The user should be able to authenticate

    Security needs to be appropriate for the value of the asset it protects.

    3 minute read (630 words)

  • Wednesday, November 21st 2007

    Why was data being passed on a disc and what was EDS' advice?

    Readers in the UK will be aware of a Data Protection Act train crash that we have been watching unfold in front of us over the last few days. It turns out that 25 million records of a database managed by HMRC have been lost in the post because they were sent on a couple of disks using unrecorded mail.

    3 minute read (730 words)