Microsoft Starts Using Linux For IoT?!

Microsoft Starts Using Linux For IoT?!

So you might be aware of when the latest CEO of Microsoft said “Microsoft loves Linux” Well they finally announced that they built their own custom Linux kernel for their latest IoT service which is running a software/hardware stack called Azure Sphere...
Arch Linux: Three Months In

Arch Linux: Three Months In

So I am about three months in now using Arch Linux as my daily OS for my laptop which I use for study, and I must say I can’t see myself switching back to Windows anytime soon. Now let’s put all the ‘Arch Linux Master Race’ to one side for now...
$5 for 250GB of Cloud Storage? I Think Yes!

$5 for 250GB of Cloud Storage? I Think Yes!

As you may know, I recently switched my website over to Digital Ocean. Over the last few weeks, I have been looking at cloud storage that could be a good alternative to Dropbox for Linux. After looking around I discovered a service that Digital Ocean offers called...
Cloud Storage in Business

Cloud Storage in Business

If you are following my blog then you will be familiar with the idea of the cloud, and what it’s purposed it and what it can do for SMEs. Using the cloud for business storage can save the business money and provide easy access to the data no matter where you....
Research Methods: Week four blog

Research Methods: Week four blog

Beyond the Data Deluge Main Points Reading the document which is on a category that I don’t really follow, I have come to understand what is being discussed. As research is progressing with time so is the amount of data we get back from this research . As said...
Reproducible Research

Reproducible Research

What is reproducible research? When a researcher creates a paper they will document what they used and how they created their research, this then can be submitted for a review. For a paper to be accepted the research needs to be reproducible, and this is done by...
Want To Switch To Linux?

Want To Switch To Linux?

Thinking of switching to Linux? Here is a tip I suggest before you make the big move. Dual boot or use a laptop with Linux on it. I suggest this because moving to Linux from say Windows cold turkey is not a smart move. When you first move to Linux you realise that a...