There are several ways to store data on the blockchain: On-chain storage: This involves storing data directly on the blockchain itself. Many blockchain platforms, such as Ethereum, allow you to store small amounts of data on the blockchain by including it in the transaction data. However, this can be expensive and is generally not recommended... Continue Reading →
What are NFT?
NFT stands for non-fungible token. It is a type of digital asset that represents ownership of a unique item, such as a piece of art, a collectible, or a game item. NFTs are stored on a blockchain and can be bought, sold, and traded like other cryptocurrencies. They are unique because they cannot be exchanged... Continue Reading →
Blockchain technology is designed to be secure and resistant to tampering, but like any technology, it is not foolproof and can still be vulnerable to certain types of attacks. The stakes of security on the blockchain can be high because blockchains are often used to facilitate financial transactions, store sensitive data, or support critical infrastructure.... Continue Reading →
Blockchain Scaling Solution
Blockchain scaling refers to the process of improving the performance and efficiency of a blockchain network in order to support a larger number of users, transactions, and applications. This is necessary because many blockchains, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, have struggled to scale and support the increasing demand for their services. Overall, there are many... Continue Reading →
What is the Software Craftmanship?
The goal of software craftsmanship is a mindset to produce software that is reliable, maintainable, and a joy to work with. It is based on the idea that software development is more than just writing code; it is a craft that requires skill, dedication, and a commitment to producing the highest quality work. Some key... Continue Reading →
The metaverse and NFT (Part III)
As mentioned in a previous article, jobs are one of the basic elements of the economy. The more people have jobs, the better the economy is. But there is an even more basic element to the economy. It is the thing that creates the wealth that in turn buys goods and services and pays the... Continue Reading →
The metaverse (Part II)
Jobs are one of the basic elements of the economy. The number of jobs created in a quarter is used as an index to show the strength of economic growth. Job creation is always a key ingredient in the “goody basket” offered by politicians during an election cycle. If the number of existing jobs goes down in a... Continue Reading →
The Metaverse (Part I)
The Metaverse is coming. That is the latest pronouncement from Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, also known for his fascination with transhumanism (which is a topic for another article!). But what is the metaverse? According to Zuckerberg, this is the next phase for Facebook – soon to be known as “Meta.” No smart CEO in history... Continue Reading →
Blockchain Run World
Blockchain technology first appeared in 2008. First called block chain, it was invented by an entity known as Satoshi Nakamoto as a distributed transaction ledger for the bitcoin, also invented by the same person or people. No one knows who Satoshi Nakamoto is, or even if he/she/they is a person or a group of people. The invention of the blockchain was... Continue Reading →
Bitcoin, Whales, and Ponzi Schemes
What do Bitcoin, whales, and Ponzi schemes have in common? Could it be that they are all part of the same mix? Is it even possible? On the surface, it looks very possible. No legally operated investment program has ever grown so explosively for so long without collapsing on itself. But wait a minute… no... Continue Reading →
Are they Really Dead? AI and People Who Have Passed On
Are they really dead? How is AI is changing the way we look at people who have passed on? Are these crazy questions? Or is technology now able to make people immortal? Perhaps. Well, almost! You probably remember watching the Terminator series (If you haven’t watched them, you should!). The story, without giving it all away, focused on Skynet, a... Continue Reading →
How Elon Musk is Changing the World.
How Elon Musk is Changing the World – Tesla would be proud What do Paypal, Tesla and a man named Elon Musk have in common? Elon Musk one the original founders of Paypal, the world's largest online payment provider for online sales and purchases. When Musk, the owner of the online banking company, X.com, merged... Continue Reading →
Balancing Technical Debt
Balancing Technical Debt with Business Constraints - The toughest task for the CTO? In software engineering, balancing technical debt with business constraints is possibly the toughest job for the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) or VP of Engineering. On one side is the natural desire and logic to perfect the app before releasing it to the... Continue Reading →
Telecommuting in 2020
Working remotely Telecommuting in 2020 is no longer simply a choice. The coronavirus pandemic, known as COVID-19 for the year it was first discovered, has changed the world. Working remotely, usually from home, has become the only way for many people to continue working. Many have dreamed of working from home, but that’s all it... Continue Reading →
The CTO, Manager and Bandmaster
The CTO, Manager and Bandmaster (Parts 1 & 2) Part 1 Importance of the rhythm According to Hector Berlioz, the essential qualities of a conductor are "to hear and see, he must be agile and strong, know the composition, nature and scope of the instruments, how to read the score.” This ultimately also describes very... Continue Reading →
ChatBots – How Artificial Intelligence is Creating a Better User Experience?
ChatBots, once the product of inventive sci-fi writers (such as Arthur C. Clarke’s HAL, the “sentient” computer), may be one of the most useful customer service inventions for business of modern times. While computers, software and the myriad of apps that have been produced (is there an app for that?) have greatly improved many areas […]