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We just started using Everbridge at work for inclement weather and emergency notifications.
I can't speak to the set up by the owning office, but the UI for configuring how you want to receive messages was very simple to use. It sends to voice, email, and text and you can choose which of these to get messages on and in what order.
The Safety folks set it up with work phone and email, and each user gets to register and add any other numbers/addresses they want information on. Very easy.
Ok, I get it that they make ternary memories. That's fine, but not really sensational. Using ternary memories does not magically speed up the entire system, as they would like to make us believe. It would simply extend the value range of the memory words and also raise the question of how to interface it to a binary bus without creating a bottleneck.
Then they write:
"Asst Prof Chattopadhyay who is from NTU's School of Computer Science and Engineering, said in current computer systems, all information has to be translated into a string of zeros and ones before it can be processed."
Nowhere inside that box under your desk anything is translated to a string of zeros and ones, if we forget some Q&A ideas for now. Serial communication may speed up if you are not limited to binary symbols, but that's about all.
If this 'News' makes any sense at all, it may be that they made a new sort of serial ROMs that need less time to up- or download their content over the serial pins. That's nice, but not really so spectacular.
Edit: I was right. Those memories are indeed just a new sort of serial ROM.
"I don't know, extraterrestrial?"
"You mean like from space?"
"No, from Canada."
If software development were a circus, we would all be the clowns.
Read the same and wondered how, as they claimed, this meant the CPU was no longer necessary, unless all they've really built is a ternary dynamic PLA. (for which speed is rarely an issue and a CPU even less, if ever, a requirement.)
Sin tack ear lol
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I've watched with a certain amount of wonder as Marc decided he wanted to push forward with the number of articles he's produced. Over the Christmas break, I sat down and wrote the first part of some articles that I had promised SuperLloyd a while back about doing MVVM in a Console application and foolishly, I have decided that I'm going to concentrate on getting my combined article count into triple figures this year. After 4 hours sleep last night, I just had to get up in the early hours of this morning and continue creating the code for part 2 of the MVVM series. If Marc hadn't been such an inspiration, I might have slept the whole night.
You should do it just for the points. Chris told me in strictest confidence that to celebrate CodeProjects 15th Birthday he will be converting all points to money at 1 point=$1. I'm concentrating my efforts this year on marrying Griff.
Do that. I'm not greedy, I'll be more than happy with my $161.000!
Anything that is unrelated to elephants is irrelephant Anonymous - The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never tell if they're genuine Winston Churchill, 1944 - I'd just like a chance to prove that money can't make me happy. Me, all the time