post: How Long is Too Long?: Cannabis Shelf Life
Think about the pantry or spice rack in your home. Do you have any products or spices you don’t know exactly how old they are? I’m guilty of this, so I assume others are as well. In my family, the garlic, basil, and oregano get cycled pretty well. But I couldn’t tell you how old […]
post: Planning, Improving and Evolving With Agile Development
Imagine you just purchased a home. It’s nearly new, but there are still several improvements and refinements you’d like to make. As time passes, the list is continuously changing and evolving. Before long, it seems that you are constantly working on a project and planning for the next. Continually making home improvements is not that […]
post: The Effect of Big Data
The term “Big Data” often brings notions of the more, the better. But as the volume and the number of available datasets have grown over the last two decades, the consumers of Big Data have started to feel the ramifications. When big data gets too big, it can become unwieldy; it’s too much to review, […]
post: Modeling Snow Forecasts: Is There A Superior Method?
Looks like this year’s La Niña dry weather pattern isn’t going to be ruining anybody’s ski season. Last weekend, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort saw upwards of 30 inches of snow, leading to some incredible days to ski there. Unfortunately, I have been sidelined with a fractured kneecap and torn MPFL, but for anyone who had […]