If someone asked me to setup a team of engineers with computers, this would be my pick. The list is from personal experience, but also from asking technology professionals what they use. Some are portable, others expensive, a few are specific to workflows.
I believe robots will serve a critical role in society in the future, but perhaps not the roles that we previously hoped for, and for that matter feared. The differentiating factors for adoption of these technologies include yes, advanced technology, but just as important and often overlooked, thoughtful design.
Manufacturing as a service is by no means new, but it has evolved significantly in the last 5–10 years. Now these services are used to build hardware prototypes for 3D printers, robot cars, and everything in between. This post is a quick list of my favorite places to get parts fabricated.
This post is a quick overview of the CAD programs that I recommend by industry. As a tech professional, I often get asked about CAD for “XYZ” — education, product design, etc. This is my list and with a breakdown by industry. For each I try to give a little context.
Here is a quick look at the Podcasts I listen to every week. To me podcasts break down in to a couple different categories, podcasts that you listen to routinely, and podcasts that you binge and move on from. With that out of the way, here are my favorites.
This post is mainly for people who want to visit San Francisco from out of town. Visitors typically have a day or two and need some tips on where to go and what to see. As a local, I often give the same advice, check out this place, if you want good sushi go here etc.