General

Intel’s new vision (chip)

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Intel’s new Joule chip looks interesting. I caught this article discussing its uses for augmented reality and computer vision. Intel today introduced a new chip module it calls Joule, a tiny board for developers designed to bring powerful computer vision technology to cheap and easy-to-make prototypes. Joule is essentially a tiny and powerful computer with all […]

Business Process Management

Why Phasmid?

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Our blog shows a sampling of projects we have worked on, as well as topics important to the clients we support. If you find the information useful and have a need for design, consulting or custom software development, Hire Phasmid today. Phasmid specializes in: Business Process Automation Critical Content Management Enterprise Class Solutions Interactive User […]

Consulting

Using PowerShell to Surf the Web

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Alan Renouf, Mr. VMware/PowerCLI has broken out of his comfort zone and posted about surfing the web using PowerShell.  This is something I could definitely see myself playing with.  In a previous life, I worked on automated web surfing/web site monitoring for a product called the Foglight Transaction Recorder (FTR). I found my blog tucked […]

General

Get Your GAC On

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Trevor Sullivan has a new PowerShell script that lets youexamine the Global Assembly Cache (GAC). Every time I want to load an assembly into PowerShell, the first thing that pops into my mind is: [Reflection.Assembly]::LoadWithPartialName(); Unfortunately Microsoft recommends against using that static method, and recommends use of other methods like: [Reflection.Assembly]::Load(StronglyTypedAssemblyName); In the interest of […]