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IoT And Education: Bridging The Digital Divide In The Age Of Covid-19
  • July 9, 2020

IoT and education: Bridging the digital divide in the age of Covid-19

Due to the global outbreak of COVID-19, schools worldwide had to shut down quickly. While many schools already operated with some online component, most were not equipped to become 100% digital in a matter of days. Further, it’s looking as if most school districts and higher education campus systems will have to adopt some sort…

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SQLite’s Serverless Architecture Doesn’t Serve IoT Environments Well Part Two
  • June 11, 2020

SQLite’s Serverless Architecture Doesn’t Serve IoT Environments Well Part Two

Part Two: Rethinking What Client-Server Means for Edge Data Management Over the past few weeks our SQLite Blog series has considered the performance deficiencies of SQLite when handling local persistent data and looked at the performance complications created by the need for ETL when sharing SQLite data with back-end databases. In our last installment—Mobile…

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SQLite Equals ETL Heavy
  • May 18, 2020

SQLite Equals ETL Heavy

Two weeks ago, I likened the performance of SQLite to that of a Banana Slug. Now, some may consider that a bit of hyperbole (and some UC Santa Cruz alumni may feel that I impugned the good name of their mascot, which was not my intent) but the numbers don’t lie. The measurable difference…

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  • October 18, 2018

Airplane Mode aka The Cloud Digital Divide

I recently took a last-minute trip from San Francisco to India.  The best fare in economy I could find was on a sixteen-hour Air India flight, direct to New Delhi.  I figured I’d get a lot of work done on the flight and, if not, at least I could catch-up on movie watching.  Turns…

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