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The Rise Of No-Code Development

The Rise Of No-Code Software Development

No-Code and Low-Code software platforms may be the next wave of software innovation that you haven’t heard about yet. The article below from IEEE Spectrum Magazine shows just how rapidly the popularity of these platforms is growing. Per the research quoted from Gartner, “low-code application development (which also encompasses no-code) will make up more than 65 percent of application development activity by 2024, with three-quarters of large enterprises using at least four low-code development tools.” https://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/computing/software/programming-without-code-no-code-software-development Our team has anticipated this Read More...

Intel Leak: North Korea Using Powerful Simulation Software

Friday, September 8, 2017 Tulsa, Oklahoma – North Korea has been leveraging state-of-the-art simulation technology to advance its intercontinental ballistic missile program, according to newly leaked documents smuggled out of the reclusive state. Until now, the question of how the DPRK has achieved such drastic technological improvements in such a short time has baffled experts in the international arms proliferation community. “Three years ago, their brightest engineers were staring blankly at computer screens, pretending to know how to use a web Read More...

Back From ESC Boston 2017

Got to attend the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston. After excellent discussions with a lot of folks, it is clear: the industry is ready for the embedded virtual device workflow! I also had the amazing opportunity to meet Max The Magnificent from embedded.com, and Stephane Boucher, founder of embeddedrelated.com. Check out Stephane’s review of the conference and reference to our emerging tech! https://www.embeddedrelated.com/showarticle/1048.php Read More...

Alumnus develops virtual software for embedded technology

Jonathan Torkelson (BS ’04, MS ’04) established his own company more than 10 years ago while an intern for the Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science & Technology. His undergraduate research showed promise in 2003, so he took a chance and filed as Embeddetech’s sole proprietor. Today, the company is thriving as a technology design and research service for customers worldwide. Embeddetech employees range from local developers and contractors in the Tulsa area, to University of Tulsa graduates Read More...

Astonishing Theory Predicts Universe Is In Fact A Simulation

Thursday, June 30, 2016 TULSA, Oklahoma — The universe as we know it is a simulation of an electronic program, according to an astonishing theory that has gained tremendous overnight enthusiasm. The theoretical basis for this remarkable view of how the universe operates was discovered accidentally, shortly after the development of an electronic program simulation framework called “Virtuoso” was first announced. “The implications of this theory are stunning,” said a colleague of a friend of someone who probably knows Elon Musk Read More...

Press Release: Embeddetech Introduces Virtuoso Software: The World’s First Embedded Virtual Device Framework

Virtual embedded software development for professional and student designers of custom electronics, launching a Kickstarter campaign June 20th. 28 October 2016 TULSA, Oklahoma — Embeddetech,Inc. announced the launch of a Kickstarter crowd-funding campaign beginning June 20th, with the goal of accelerating the commercialization of its ‘Virtuoso’ software. Virtuoso is a powerful virtual device framework targeted for professional and student designers of custom electronics. The software allows custom electronic printed circuit board hardware, also known as “embedded systems”, to be virtualized for development. Read More...