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Joseph Lui commented on David Chung's blog post The Neglected Requirements Process
"There does seem to be a swing from the Waterfall of yore with super expensive upfront requirements gathering/documentation which itself frequently gets outdated before the project is done, to the extreme Agile of today where sometimes there is too…"
Monday
Joseph Lui commented on Joseph Lui's blog post Real Time Bidding in Online Advertising
"Lol... how will they know what to sell you then?"
Sep 16
Joseph Lui commented on Douglas Ching's blog post ASP.NET vNext - Some of the Things I Look Forward To
"Good post! Nice refresher."
Sep 5
David Chung commented on Joseph Lui's blog post Real Time Bidding in Online Advertising
"This is why I try to limit my exposure online. All my browsing sessions are done in a volatile environment (private/incognito), I religiously use DuckDuckGo for web search queries, and I always keep ad-blockers turned on. Very interesting industry…"
Aug 11
Joseph Lui's blog post was featured

Real Time Bidding in Online Advertising

The motivation behind this blog was a question on how different online advertising partners identify you and coordinate their ad efforts in real time bidding ("RTB") for a slice of your attention when they show you an ad. This is meant to explain a technique called "UUID synching". However, that got me thinking I should frame the…See More
Aug 11
Joseph Lui posted a blog post

Real Time Bidding in Online Advertising

The motivation behind this blog was a question on how different online advertising partners identify you and coordinate their ad efforts in real time bidding ("RTB") for a slice of your attention when they show you an ad. This is meant to explain a technique called "UUID synching". However, that got me thinking I should frame the…See More
Aug 11
Joseph Lui commented on Augusto Callejas's blog post What It Will Take to Create the Next Great Silicon Valleys, Plural
"Thanks for posting this. It's a way of thinking I'm not familiar with, but sounds promising. An obvious follow-up question is what is Hawaii's potential regulatory competitive advantage?"
Jul 3
Joseph Lui commented on Joseph Lui's blog post Endless Possibilities in User Interfacing with Myo
"Glad I could direct your attention to something you find neat, Brian. Sure a demo or at least a video is in order once the shipment comes in and then after something cool is built with it.One-to-one use cases with a human and a computer can be neat,…"
Jun 21
Brian commented on Joseph Lui's blog post Endless Possibilities in User Interfacing with Myo
"Agree on the one-click shopping.. don't want to derail your thread into a discussion on Amazon's data collection efforts.. suffice to say I use their products and generally like them but have misgivings nonetheless.. Yes if there ever is…"
Jun 20
Joseph Lui commented on Joseph Lui's blog post Endless Possibilities in User Interfacing with Myo
"@brian Can't speak much to the Fire Phone without having used one irl. I must say the built-in hardware manifestation of One-click Shopping for anything you can point your phone at is a bit too off-putting for me to consider getting one. The…"
Jun 20
Brian commented on Joseph Lui's blog post Endless Possibilities in User Interfacing with Myo
"What are your thoughts on the 'hand jerk' controls for the new Amazon phone and/or how Kinect has been received? Definitely see how non-button interfaces have great niche applications but it's hard to unseat the simplicity of pushing…"
Jun 20
Joseph Lui's blog post was featured

Endless Possibilities in User Interfacing with Myo

As an engineer, you often find solutions to problems, not the other way around. However, once in a blue moon, a solution comes along that appears so interesting and full of potential that you feel compelled to dream up applications for it. Such is the case with Thalmic Lab's…See More
Jun 19
Joseph Lui posted a blog post

Endless Possibilities in User Interfacing with Myo

As an engineer, you often find solutions to problems, not the other way around. However, once in a blue moon, a solution comes along that appears so interesting and full of potential that you feel compelled to dream up applications for it. Such is the case with Thalmic Lab's…See More
Jun 18
Joseph Lui commented on Joseph Lui's blog post The Next Killer App
"Interesting, Dan! I've always assumed it was a taxable asset with gains realized in a year or less taxed at your income tax bracket, and gains realized after a year treated as capital gains. Didn't realize the $600 limit. The real pain is…"
Mar 25
Mike King commented on Joseph Lui's blog post The Next Killer App
"@Nishi: I just read about that this morning on Bloomberg. The Bloomberg article went in to a bit more detail on how the capital gains would actually be…"
Mar 25
Daniel Nishimura commented on Joseph Lui's blog post The Next Killer App
"Looks like the IRS is going to treat BTC as taxable property: http://money.cnn.com/2014/03/25/technology/innovation/irs-bitcoin/index.html?source=yahoo_hosted"
Mar 25

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Web Application Architecture, Design, Development

Joseph Lui's Blog

Real Time Bidding in Online Advertising

The motivation behind this blog was a question on how different online advertising partners identify you and coordinate their ad efforts in real time bidding ("RTB") for a slice of your attention when they show you an ad. This is meant to explain a technique called "UUID…

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Posted on August 11, 2014 at 3:00pm — 2 Comments

Endless Possibilities in User Interfacing with Myo

As an engineer, you often find solutions to problems, not the other way around. However, once in a blue moon, a solution comes along that appears so interesting and full of potential that you feel compelled to dream up applications for it. Such is the case with Thalmic Lab's…

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Posted on June 18, 2014 at 6:00pm — 4 Comments

The Next Killer App

I was twirling the thought of Chaum's Protocol in my head, its intricacies filling the gaps between my synapses. Impressed by its cryptographic properties, I could not at the same time escape a nagging sensation in another part of my brain:…

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Posted on March 22, 2014 at 1:30pm — 7 Comments

Six Sigma Web Servers

Many of you have heard of Six Sigma as a methodology (primarily for large organizations) for quality and process improvement. One early success story was that of Motorola in the early 2000s, who attributed $17 billion in savings due to…

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Posted on February 25, 2014 at 5:30pm

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