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The Watermark App

This holiday season, I got to celebrate by having not one, but two back-to-back colds. As pervasive boredom began to set hold, I decided I needed to do something productive with my holidays. Then, my fiancee (yes, I proposed at Christmas and she said YES!) and I were talking about one of her volunteer activities. […]

Windows 7 End-of-Life is Near. What Does That Mean?

You may have heard that as of January 14, 2020, Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft. But what does that mean? I’ve had a lot of friends and family ask, “what should I do?” It’s an interesting question because it depends on a few factors. First, let’s talk about what “End-of-Life” means […]

A List of Simple Colours

A list of simple colours. Seems like such a trivial idea, doesn’t it? Recently in one of our apps, we needed a list of colours to differentiate some categorized items. Most of the palette-creating tools on the web give you a palette of 5-6 colours. We needed around 10. Enter Sasha Trubetskoy and his blog […]

The Minty Amp – My First Altoids Tin Project

My life is filled with embedded computers and tiny components, and I love it. I’ve always had an affinity for underpowered equipment. The limitations force you to become creative. I love working with multi-processor computers, don’t get me wrong. But there is something that fuels my creative drive something fierce when I work with embedded […]

Data Science For Humans – Beta Lecture Series

Recently I had the pleasure of delivering a data science lecture for the University of Saskatchewan’s School of Public Policy. After that lecture, I decided to re-record a few choice bits for a more global audience. This series of videos takes a quick look at how to install Anaconda, an all-in-one programming setup for data […]

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