Another double weeknote. We’re still settling in, mostly focusing the last two weeks on one stealth project, with lots of paper links teasing us.
The Alfa Romeo 158/159 shares its names with our fortnightly week note. The World Chess Federation (FIDE), currently has 158 member nations. 158 Kronois is a ~35km asteroid in the astroid belt. 159 on the other hand is CLIX in Roman Numerals. Strangly there is a disambiguation page on Wikipedia for CLIX. 160 is the number […]
As we produce more and more data, we understand how to back it up and archive it, but re-activating it is what almost no one considers. We’re doing our best to preserve and save the state of the entire running system.
Pi in the Sky
We tried to build an offline survey kiosk using a Raspberry Pi, but ran into a few issues. We’re more knowledgable now about the limitations.
Skólapúlsinn: Educational Assessment
How could a father, a student and a foreigner change the way an entire country looks at educational surveys and improve the quality life for thousands of students? Skólapúlsinn was built to create a very easy environment for schools to conduct continuous random sampling over 21 psychometric scales to evaluation their performance nationally. The results in the first 9 months of operation have been staggering as well as eye opening to us and the schools.