February 12, 2019

Down the Rabbit Hole, An Adventure in Over-Engineering

Software Engineers are often presented with problems that seem conceptually straightforward, but on further consideration present a number of complex
February 6, 2019

User-Specific Device Authorisation with AWS IoT

Amazon Web Services Internet of Things (AWS IoT) is a platform that simplifies building IoT applications by providing infrastructure and
January 24, 2019

Type-safe Exhaustiveness Checking in Java

Disclaimer: This post is an exploration of Java’s language features and is intended to be satire. You should obviously never
January 17, 2019

Experience Working at DSTIL

Brief Introduction Hi, my name is Richard Alysandratos, and over the last year I’ve been doing a 12-month work placement
October 10, 2018

Human Emotions for Objects

Emotional Design of Wearable Devices (Part 1/5)   Introduction: Objects and Human Emotions We may have feelings for an object
September 19, 2018

Raspberry Pi Hardware Interactions Part 3 – RGB LED Driver

This is the next installment of our blog post series on Raspberry Pi hardware interactions. In the past two posts
September 13, 2017

Prediction markets: How betting markets can be used to create a robust AI

This post is part of the series Betting Markets as Inspiration for a Robust Machine Learning Framework which describes how
August 23, 2017

Ensembles: Why multiple AI models are better than one

The wisdom of the crowd The MCG runs a guessing game during AFL matches for visitors to estimate the MCG
November 16, 2016

Exploiting Bias

This post is part of the series On a Streak which investigates how luck masquerades as skill in sport. The
September 28, 2016

A Closer Look at Scoring Streaks

I’ve scraped some data off our local Burwood Bruisers Football Club website. Take a look and see what trends you