When someone says “manufacturing,” people generally think of old, dingy photographs from the 1920s. Employees are hard at work, leveraging machines and tools to churn out products for society. While that’s historically accurate, the factories of today look quite a bit different; people work side by side with machines, using technology to help coordinate manufacturing processes. Read more
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We interview William Lyon of Neo4j, a speaker at the upcoming Austin API Summit 2019.
William Lyon is a Developer Relations Engineer at Neo4j, the open source graph database. With experience working in several nimble startups, William’s current work is focused on GraphQL integrations — in fact, he’ll be joining our “Diving into GraphQL” LiveCast later this month. Read more
Smart is the buzzword of this decade. There are smartphones, smartwatches, and even smart TVs… but there’s still a lot of things that aren’t smart. Take energy — why can’t we measure our usage habits, charge home batteries during off-peak times, or produce our own energy to share with neighbors when they need it? Read more
Today’s cars are more digital than ever before. They can connect to the internet, offer convenient entertainment services and a sophisticated digital user experience. But tomorrow’s cars will be capable of even more: They’ll be able to look around street corners, interact with other cars on the street, pick the rider up autonomously when requested, and find parking themselves — all for the sake of increased comfort, convenience, and security of the rider. Read more