Archive for November, 2008

The old guy was parking his car when he was about to hit me. With all my anger I shouted “@!*?” to him and he was kind enough to stop, get out of his car and apologize for that. Then I met him again inside, five minutes later, he smiled, came to me and apologized […]

Definition from Wikipedia: Tilt-shift miniature faking is a process in which a photograph of a life-size location or object is manipulated so that it looks like a photograph of a miniature scale model. Istiklal Square – Istanbul Ottoman Military Band Ataturk Amasya Train Ferry in Istanbul Being a person with a deep interest in digital […]

It is a great pleasure for me to announce that -as the Sun Campus Ambassador to KTH –  KTH Sun OSUM Club is the first club in *EUROPE* to surpass 100 members and join the *OSUM Century Club* ! We would like to thank everyone who helped us through this process. Kent Åberg, Emil Granberg, […]

In this paper, I explain the concepts and frameworks those were mentioned in the world famous authors W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne’s article “Knowing a Winning Business Idea When You See One” then I try to apply the concepts for our CSD project. Please click here to download the PDF. Here is the “Introduction” […]

Today I finished a white paper for the project that I am working on right now for the CSD (Communication System Design) course at KTH. You can download the white paper in PDF. Here is the executive summary : For the last decade, researchers have been developing technologies which are now called Wireless Sensor Networks […]

Niclas Reimertz from Eviware summarizes the 7 deadly sins of geeks – while writing a business plan – as following : ”We have no competition” ”We will win because our product is better” ”The more we charge the more we make” ”Nobody will pay more than 99$ for this” ”I can’t say this, it’s not […]

Recently, I came across a white paper from BlackDuck Software. It has the same name with the title of this post. So here are the 7 best practices mentioned in the white paper : Re-use existing components wherever appropriate Track and control changes to internal components Control re-use of sensitive or external components Verify every […]