Author: david

17 Jun

New CTO – Tim Rowledge

SageTea Software is pleased to announce that we have hired Tim Rowledge as our new Chief Technology Officer. Tim comes with years of experience as Project Lead, Architect and Manager of complex Smalltalk projects. He has World-class expertise. Software Development Several Smalltalk implementations including several years managing the development of VisualWorks Years of Squeak development […]
5 Jun

Protectionism, an Opportunity for Canada?

John Adams said once that every problem is an opportunity in disguise. Here is how this works… For any business, it is never a good idea to become dependent on only a single supplier or customer. The reason for this is simple. If you are in that situation, then you are tied to whatever terms […]
27 May

Why Deep Learning is important for Big Data

Over the last few decades, huge amounts of data has gone into data warehouses in various forms. Historically, businesses of all sizes have focused on storing data securely. Security can be defined in a variety of ways, the most common and fundamental of which are being protected from data loss, theft, ransom, as well as […]
16 May

CCITAGS Conference AI Panel Round Up

The Canadian Conference on IT Audit Governance and Security took place on March 17th to 19th at the Hyatt Regency in Toronto. I was invited to speak on a panel regarding Artificial Intelligence. Here is a round up on the panelists and their areas of interest: Panelist Description Each Panelist’s unique perspectives   Employment Skills […]
11 Jan

My Visit to NASA

I took a vacation to Orlando, Florida from January 1st to 6th with my family. They visited Disney World, Universal Studios and after that we went to the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral. This is where NASA has been launching rockets for decades including the Space Shuttle. I was impressed from the start at […]
20 Jul

Tai Chi

“The martial arts are ultimately self-knowledge. A punch or a kick is not to knock the hell out of the guy in front, but to knock the hell out of your ego, your fear, or your hang-ups.” – Bruce Lee On May 2nd, I joined SageTea Software for a 4-month Coop term. The CEO of […]
20 Jun

Cottage Retreat

On June 10th, 2016, the SageTea organization set out on a cottage retreat hosted by the CEO David Long. As a CO-OP student spending the next four months working for SageTea, the idea of spending a work-day relaxing at a cottage excited me. Not only was it my first experience of a company focusing on […]
10 May

SageTea and BCIP

In April of this year, SageTea successfully delivered its first Build in Canada Innovation Project – the Mining Data Classification System.  This application provides roles based data access for all stakeholders involved in mine remediation projects. There are long-term and far reaching side effects of mining.   For many years, it was a tale of high […]
7 Apr

Private Content Networks

The World Wide Web is based on two parts, the Surface Web and the Deep Web. The Surface Web is maintained based on applications which are programmed using scripting languages– an awkward and labor intensive job. Newer object oriented programming languages and frameworks have come forth in the following decade – all of them having […]