Mary Branscombe (marypcb) wrote,
Mary Branscombe

My tweets

  • Fri, 12:54: patch management to deployed constrained device is a huge challenge @Asavie #ThingMonk
  • Fri, 12:56: global SIMs for IoT: issued from carrier that doesn't exist so always roaming , can't call or SMS them except through API. clever #thingmonk
  • Fri, 12:58: Carriers talk about not wanting to be treated as commodity bitpipes but everything they do makes us treat them that way #ThingMonk
  • Fri, 13:03: SAP: making developers happy means job security because you never find a happy developer ;) hmmmm #ThingMonk
  • Fri, 13:06: RT @thatjeffsmith: @datachick was thinking only the GUID was evil, the rest were only misunderstood
  • Fri, 13:13: RT @gcaughey: WPF and even Windows Forms get some love in .NET 4.6.1 update:
  • Fri, 14:24: RT @teroalhonen: @getwired @edbott OK, thanks. And even with per-device you can only fall back to LTSB i.e. you'll lose Store, Edge etc.
  • Fri, 14:27: I don't want either Google or Amazon to know where my front door is, thanks; that info should be between me & my self-drive car #ThingMonk
  • Fri, 14:32: the assumption of all of these big IoT pitches is that the technology A always works & B doesn't have unintended consequences #thingmonk
  • Fri, 14:36: when I hear about technology changing the world at every level from genetic up to global I think catastrophe as well as potential #ThingMonk
  • Fri, 14:39: RT @mtaulty: Kinect for Windows V2, Windows Hello and Perception APIs
  • Fri, 14:42: my timeline sometimes becomes a strange mix of Santayana &Conway as everyone restates the latter without realizing they're hat-tipping both
  • Fri, 14:46: pro tip: Windows as a Service applies to Windows 10 Mobile, so it's not going to stop getting developed in 2018, people ;)
  • Fri, 15:02: fascinating sociological questions around remote monitoring solar battery systems 2 know when customer trying to avoid their bill #thingmonk
  • Fri, 15:04: the internet archive is so wonderful and so underfunded; it should be integrated into search engines who pay to have it as fallback
  • Fri, 15:13: apparently we need to add wifi to watch football match to maslow's hierarchy of needs right after light and powering your phone #thingmonk
  • Fri, 15:13: RT @getwired: @mikebaz "If Windows does 'X', I'm going to Linux." is like "If 'x' gets elected, I'm moving to Canada."
  • Fri, 18:48: RT @swardley: In the 3 years since Gelsinger dismissed Amazon, VMware's share price has dropped 40% and AMZN has increased 3x ... and it ai…
  • Fri, 21:41: "good to see MSRC taking practical approach to improving sandbox security by closing off known attack techniques"
  • Fri, 21:44: RT @TableTopGeneral: A recruiter just emailed me about a "medieval software engineer". (Umm... "mid-level?") BEHOLD MY CODE AND SEE THAT I…
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    Thu, 14:03: My Pro X 2 is getting offered Windows 11; I know this because the 'restart to install updates' icon in the system tray has a blue…

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