During the joint conferences of the IEEE International Conference on the Internet-of-Things Design and Implementation (IoTDI) (website) and the IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering (IC2E) (website) I presented my work on indoor localisation and SLAM: The indoor localisation problem is more complex than just finding whereabouts of users. Finding...

Jenkins is a great tool for continuous integration and deployment. In a sense, and greatly simplified, it is a very complex and feature rich task runner. I already use it for testing development applications (e.g. with Mocha, PHPUnit, etc.) but was wondering whether it could also keep track of applications...

When I can, every javascript project I start makes use of the new ES2015 (or ES6) standard. The features (better classes, arrow functions, etc.) are just to good to ignore, and, using a transpiler such as Babel, code can be made compatible with older browsers and systems. For private projects...

Every wine drinker (or someone who offers wine to others) will experience this situation at least once: you have leftover (red) wine. What to do with it? For the sake of the argument, disregard the option of just drinking it for now! Of course you can turn wine in to...

Making crème brûlée can be a joy, not only because of the end result, but also because of the whole process: from making the custard to creating a nice caramel crust. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to make and there is a large risk of overcooking when making this dessert...

Some time a go I started a personal quest: finding the perfect chocolate mousse. While I haven’t found the perfect recipe yet, I’ve decided to document my (numerous) attempts as part of a series. While many of you will know the traditional way of making chocolate mousse (cream, chocolate, egg...

If you have heard about iBeacons or indoor localization before, then you have probably also heard about RSSI: the Received Signal Strength Indicator. The RSSI value resembles the power of a received radio signal (measured in dBm). The higher the RSSI value, the higher the signal strength. The rationale behind...