正しいLinux OSの選択によりIoT製品化までの時間を短縮

IoT産業の数十億ドル規模の将来性を見込んで、関連するハードウェア、ソフトウェア、およびソリューションが急増するなか、各ベンダーは開発から市場投入までの時間を早めようと苦悩しています。製品の市場への投入段階、あるいは最悪の場合投入後の問題を回避するためには、開発段階で最初から適切なインフラを選ぶなど、正しい選択をすることがより一層重要になります。 市場投入までの時間を短縮する一つの方法は、最初から正しいオペレーティングシステム(OS)を選択することです。これにより、製品を保守可能、か...

Speed up your ROS snap builds

A while back I wrote a post about distributing a ROS system among multiple snaps. If you want to enable some sort of add-on story, you need to have multiple snaps, and that remains the way to do it today with ROS. That approach works, but I’ll be the first to admit that it’s not […]

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Optimising IoT bandwith with delta updates

As connected devices proliferate in the Internet of Things (IoT), companies need an efficient over-the-air (OTA) update mechanism for remotely delivering new software, features, firmware updates and security enhancements to potentially huge numbers of geographically dispersed embedded devices. Pushing software updates can range from a few to hundreds of megabytes. Consideration needs to be given […]

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Visual Studio CodeがSnapとして登場

※本プレスリリースは2019年4月4日に英国ロンドンで発表したプレスリリースの日本語訳です。 本日より、Microsoft Visual Studio CodeがSnapとしてLinuxで利用可能になります。これにより、ユーザはシームレスな自動更新を利用できます。無料の軽量コードエディターであるVisual Studio Codeは、モダンウェブおよびクラウドアプリケーション開発用に再定義されたエディターで構成され、さまざまな言語およびフレームワークに対応するデバッグ、タスク実行、お...

Visual Studio Code launches as a snap

4th  April 2019, London, UK – As of today, Microsoft Visual Studio Code is available for Linux as a snap, providing seamless auto-updates for its users. Visual Studio Code, a free, lightweight code editor, has redefined editors for building modern web and cloud applications, with built-in support for debugging, task running, and version control for […]

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Remote collaborative design

Hands up if you or someone in your team work remotely. I am sure there are many of you out there. One of the biggest growing trends, since I started working in the technology industry 15 years ago, is how common and accessible working from home has become. There are many advances that contributed to its adoption, but surely how we evolved our processes and the creation of specific tools to help collaborate asynchronously (and in real time) has helped a great amount.

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Snap startup time improvements

Several months ago, we shared an article titled I have a need, a need for snap that detailed the application performance results of snaps compared to their classic repo counterparts. We tested GIMP and VLC on both Ubuntu and Fedora, with some rather interesting findings. The one aspect of the application usage sequence we did […]

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