Over the course of time I've worked for and with a great many enterprises. Some public, some private, some "key players", some "boutique" -- almost every one of those collaborations was driven by a purpose: A project to complete, software to write, a device to build -- stories to be
Ivan R. Judson
I lend on Kiva. I lend to women (individually and in collectives). I lend in the poorest regions of the world. I used to believe, but I know: if we empower women we change the world I first started my journey towards sub-saharan african issues out of a deep personal
I just returned from giving a talk at the Linux Foundations Embedded Linux Conference in San Jose. It was an excellent event with very good information working in the embedded space, and it didn't just cover Linux, but also more general embedded tooling including tizin and AllJoyn. There was also
This week at Mobile World Congress 2015 (in Barcelona), the AllSeen Alliance invited me to give a talk on Open Sourcing the User Experience for the Internet of Things. In order to drive the message home (that the software and supporting infrastructure for the Internet of Things is going to
Today, Felix Rieseberg, Ville Rantala, and I present this talk and demos in the AllSeen Alliance track at Mobile World Congress. Our talk, like much of our work, is focusing on advocating for the development of open source software. In particular, the AllSeen Alliance is a sponsor of the AllJoyn
This week I gave a talk about IoT, AllJoyn, and the complexity of building products at the Linux Foundations annual Collaboration Summit. I was a bit concerned, I haven't spoken to this particular community before but I'm worked with them in the past. This was my first time participating from
I came to the MIT Enterprise Forums Connected Things 2015 conference to talk about AllJoyn and Interoperability; but through a series of humorous mishaps I ended up getting upgraded to sitting on a panel about IoT and Retail. My co-panelists were Mark Hill and the event keynote speaker Alan Messer.