How well is the documentation for a product written? What is the measure of “documentation efficiency”?
Given a problem with trying to use a product feature, what is the probability that you can find the answer to the problem by looking in the documentation, without having to search through stackoverflow?
If the percentage is less than 50%, it means you are better off searching through stackoverflow first, before using the documentation. The documentation efficiency is, thus, not good.
P.S. Scott is one of our engineers.
Welcome to the InterWorking Labs Fall Update. Read on to see our latest news and events.
Testing the quality of TCP/IP inside a satellite network
Our newest client, VT iDirect transforms the way the world gets and stays connected. As a global leader in IP-based satellite communications, VT iDirect provides technology and solutions to enable service providers and partners optimize their networks. Continue reading InterWorking Labs Quarterly Update: Fall 2015
This letter is a response to Tom Green’s article in the June 5, 2015 edition of Robotics Business Review: “Why are Too Few Females in Robotics? Could it Be the Robots?”
I am female and I participated in the DARPA Robotics Finals. I was on the Degraded Communications team, a part of the infrastructure, not one of the robotics teams. Continue reading Females in Robotics
Key issues: robots’ handling of burst traffic, port numbers, and bandwidth limitation
InterWorking Labs, experts in network emulation and degraded communications solutions, tested its Maxwell Pro Network Emulator at the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) Test Bed at Joint Base Charleston, South Carolina in March 2015. Continue reading InterWorking Labs’ Maxwell Pro at DARPA Robotics Challenge Test Bed
IWL Goes Shopping for a 4K Laptop – Checks out Dell Precision M3800
I’ve been looking for a new laptop for a while.
My old machine is a Lenovo T500 running Fedora 20 Linux. It is a wonderful machine, but it is getting old and dim. I’ve replaced the hard drive several times, the battery is on its N-th life, and I’ve blown though several power bricks. Continue reading Quick Review of Dell Precision M3800 With Ubuntu Linux
The ground breaking FCC ruling on Net Neutrality has continued to stir the debate on whether corporations or the government should be in charge of regulating the use of the internet. Last week The Wall Street Journal published an article by Holman W. Jenkins: The Gigabit Distraction. This article makes some misleading and “distracting” claims about network neutrality. Continue reading Network Congestion and Net Neutrality: The debate over bandwidth utilization
We have had an exciting Spring! There is so much more in the works! Read on to see our latest news and events.
Testing Communications in the Connected Car
On May 12, 2015 IWL’s CEO Chris Wellens presented to the Silicon Valley Automotive Open Source Meetup on the campus of Mentor Graphics to automotive professionals. She covered the testing of ECU and related modules, along with Infotainment and Assisted Driver systems.
Would you like to see what she presented? Read the notes from the presentation here.
Continue reading InterWorking Labs Quarterly Update: Spring 2015