I’ve been putting on backyard fireworks shows for family and friends for a few years now. Each year becomes progressively bigger, more complicated, and I hope better. COVID-19 was a big obstacle to getting fireworks and supplies but we managed to put on a show for people.
Read on to see the show, details of construction, preparation, bloopers, and lessons learned.
Halloween is always a big deal in my house. There’s something about fire that draws us in and excites us in a primal way. Whether it is fireworks in the air or a carved pumpkin with flames shooting out the head.
Read on to see how to create a DIY flaming jack-o’-lantern!
Once again I put on a fireworks show for the Fourth of July. As per my standard, each year becomes bigger and better. However, this year was difficult because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Read on to see the show, preparation, bloopers, and lessons learned.
As engineers, developers, administrators, and other IT related disciplines, we govern our work by the scientific method. Or do we? What happens when we don’t? What are the implications if this happened a lot?
Read on the see the trouble that big data brings when trying to adhere to actual reproducible science…