Marc Noon’s Blog

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Latest Blog Post On ECMAScript which goes over reduce using basic max, min, average, gcd, and median functions for a given array of floats.

Currently Working on a post about new Start Trek Episodes in 2017 theoretical technologies and what technologies I would like to see and how they try to more accurately explain impossible technologies and their improved outlook on living and discovering what life really has to offer.   I doubt the fleet will be using JavaScript or ECMAScript in their star ships, so I got to get creative.  This is especially true since JavaScript is mostly a concoction of English derived names and aliens when they are opening up the Warp Plasma Drive conduit vent flux values they aren’t going to be pressing a symbol that is English.  At best it will be English derived and Math/Engineering useful to humans and xeno varied warp capable aliens.

My interests are in robotics, software design, imaging, and human interaction.  I’ve also become very interested in the Alzheimer’s disease and software to help people before during the different stages and their loved ones with the Alzheimer disease and its many manifestations. I’m currently self employed in Lawndale, CA and am constantly seeking new health care clients for small and medium companies that need solutions to their problems.  I’ve used Experts Exchange, TechNet, Answers on Yahoo,  Jeeves, Stack Overflow and Stack Exchange.  I have worked on Q-SEE video camera installs, claims management automation, and am currently working on increasing traffic to my business website by doing my homework and lot of research. Send me a tip if you now how I can increase business. I can tell the economy has shrunk over the past year b/c business seems to have come to a slow crawl, and am taking marketing and sales much more seriously.   But I can also see things are starting to pick up.

I am currently finishing up reading a trilogy where the first book is titled, “The Innocent Mage”. Why three books, “Karen” there must be another book, three is too little. Anyways I highly recommend it. Next book I’ll read will definitely be the Alienist. Why? Well b/c my dad recommended it to me, and now I have to read it in order to talk shop with my father.  And now I just learned that there is a forth book.  So I guess its not a trilogy anymore.  Oh well.

Also if the economy and my business don’t pan out, I will need to find a job. So my 15 sec elevator pitch is “I’m searching for a job in Software Development. I specialize in the in health care systems, reporting, and document management using ASP.NET, C#, VB.Net, and Microsoft SQL.” After listening to some rather miffing information I’ve been studying the 2nd gen data as a service methodolgy. Yes, Data. I’ve been following the Dell CIO Perspective. So far the site has been pretty dead on. Now I am really interested in learning more about this elusive Dell CIO character.  I’m also interested in how HP will turn into HPE.

I said this in 2009, “Something else that I’m vaguely interested in is the major war that is about to start in the tech sector. And lets not be quaint, there is a war brewing, and its between the cathedral and the bazaar (open source forges). It’s called cloud computing. This is one of those special circumstances where the characters are quickly lining up and many are already trying to figure out how to line their pockets full of gold. I haven’t decided which side I want to be on yet. But one thing is for sure, its not going to be a single battle, or a small war, its going to be a gigantic world wide war. We are on the cusp of a new revolution in technologies as battles are fought for control of this cloud computing. I would like to taste of the cloud, but at the same time not give my soul to devil. Let the war begin.”

But in reality the Cloud really began with Amazon learning very early the game of cloud computing and it all started way back when Fedora, Redhat and VMWare which were turning the corner in 2003 to 2005 time frame  and making virtualization cool again.   What the Amazon CEO at the time JB happened to figure to utilize consumerism to transform a military and government controlled super computer system which was pretty reliable at making transaction and provide the same level of expectations and derived a  consumer based market – presumably to take advantages of consumers.  I think the idea went something like this: “Want to perform a transaction, go online and pay a nominal fee.    If you want an exceptional transaction, well then, go online and pay an exceptionally nominal fee.”   It removes the transaction from a per operating system basis and converts the entire thing to a per transaction basis.   Luckily a whole slew of competitors jumped into this market greedily and they have paved the way to hopefully making a future filled with cheap transactions.

One other thing about me and my blog is that I like green tech companies that are presumably trying to not only get rich but saving humanity and the entire Earth in the process.   My current E-Tech bandwagon goes something like this: “Store Carbon, Plant more trees, feed the fucking Tribbles.”.

In Chrome I also currently use a screen inverter which I highly recommend to anyone who wants to save their eyes.  The name of the chrome extension is the Deluminator or just Deluminatedeluminate

Slight blog rant: About these blog posts with no date attached.  I think I’ll manually attach a date to a post when its done done.   I think there should be a law for blog posting software to not affix a date to the beginning of the post.  Its almost impossible to figure out when something was posted or not if it wasn’t for web crawlers.


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