Monthly Archives: August 2015

Remote Patient Monitoring

Problem: Our client had a Microsoft based application based on traditional .NET technology (C#, ASP.NET, MSSQL, etc.) that was being used to track patients remotely The client wanted to move to the cloud and build a system that could scale linearly with the resources allocated Solution: We used SciSpike's Conversation Engine to build a new…
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Internet of Things

SciSpike has been developing multiple applications in the category often called Internet of Things (IoT). Internet of Things (sometimes called Internet of Everything) is the process of connecting a set of devices together to form an experience. Our Conversation Engine was specifically designed to handle massive parallelism and scalability and have proven itself to be…
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Node.js

SciSpike offers courses and consultants that can help you with the transition to Node.js. We have been active in the Node.js field for some time and have made numerous contribution to the Node.js community. We provide the training and mentoring for several of the Fortune-500 companies that use Node.js. SciSpike has also developed a set of…
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Touch Screen PoS UI Redesign

Problem: The client had a Point of Sale (PoS) system that was built in C++ and which had an appearance that was out of date The CTO asked for an estimate of development cost for a new U/I and found the original estimate to be too high The new PoS had to be built in…
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Get rid of Node.js config grunt work

We recently began using the NPM module config in our Node.js projects.   It's a really nice way to enable our clients to configure their software once we deliver it.  One of the nicest features, IMHO, is its facility that enables you to define custom environment variables for any given config setting. For example, if…
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Apache Flink: Berlin Calling!

This June and July, I worked with clients in Dublin, Paris, London, and Berlin. We covered a lot of ground and people seemed to like it: Thank you! Is Berlin truly on a path to become “Silicon Berlin”? There are lot of new startups, and you see more people in cafes hacking. Only the time…
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