5G Talks in 2020
November 3, 2020
5G is the fifth generation technology standard for broadband cellular networks which aims in providing unprecedented mobile communication experience. It is the planned successor to the 4G networks which provide connectivity to most current cellphones. Mobile wireless technologies have have made significant impact on our society by providing important communication means e.g. voice, messaging, data, and multimedia communications.
177 Awesome Talks on Blockchain
November 2, 2020
A (public) Blockchain is a shared, trusted, public ledger of transactions, that everyone can inspect but which no single user controls. It is a distributed database that maintains a continuously growing list of transaction data records, cryptographically secured from tampering and revision. (Ref: [blockchainhub.net]).The ledger is built using a linked list, or chain of blocks, where each block contains a certain number of transactions that were validated by the network in a given timespan.
Conference Talks on Applied Python
November 2, 2020
Python is a very popular general purpose programming language. It is used everywhere, in many diverse domains, including science and research, artificial intelligence / machine learning, many industrial and business aspects, and many other entity or personal purposes.
Recent Talks on SDN/NFV
April 17, 2020
It is now time to test and to showcase the new Talks Database. One of my research subjects is in the field of network softwarization, which is also popularized as SDN/NFV (Software-Defined Network/ Network Function Virtualization). Let’s find some recent talks about these topics.
Conference Talks Database
April 16, 2020
Attending conferences is a natural way to stay up-to-date. But sometimes we’re not so lucky enough to attend those conferences for one or more reasons. In that case, we might refer to post conference resources such as audio/video recordings or presentation material. Unfortunately, if we want to track many conferences, these resources are scattered and often put / presented differently. This might cause in a very time consuming activity. Sometimes ago, I start the effort to make an automated process to produce a Talk Database and here is the first result.
Remark.js for your Geeky Presentations
December 27, 2017
Remark.js is a flexible, browser-based presentation platform similar to the popular reveal.js except that it's more lightweight and easier to customize. Remark is targeted at people who know their way around HTML and CSS. And since it's based on the web, anything doable in the browser can play together with remark, mostly at minimum efforts. So if you're a Jedi of the web skills, only the sky is the limit.