If you look at the advantages Tesla has over other companies: Vertical Integration Charging Network FSD Hardware FSD Software OS Body Casting/Wiring + other patents Insurance business Data (miles on autopilot) Exponential Growth Rate Factory Design Battery Technology Engineering/Other Top talent Service Centres Mobile Service Sentry Mode/Fart Mode/*Mode* Purchase via website Social Media Following Brand […]
I will travel to every bank and ask for all their nickels. Then drive them to you one Model 3 load at a time. Yours truly, Jeff Sturgis P.S. Can I work for you as a developer?
The first place I worked, iSTORM didn’t use virtual machines. They had a staging server and a production server. We developed on the staging server and used CVS to synchronize code into production. Later on in my career there was a project where part of the consistent environment setup is everybody using the same virtual […]
Tesla will have to have Berlin managers. I wonder if he is a good guy?
When products are developed, there tends to be a point where most workers will state “Good Enough!”. But not at Tesla. The question is always, “How Can We Do BETTER?”. Technology builds upon itself. In order to improve, most look to the latest superficial customer facing issues. But to really improve, to the point where […]
One of the most important concepts in database design is Indexes. But don’t I mean Indicies? No. Indexes. That’s how I roll. Fundamentally, Indexes are like pointers to locations. To make things findable fast, in any situation, it helps to be able to point to the exact location you need to go to get whare […]
Earlier this month, I wrote about MySQL with JSON support being “fucking tight”. This might be the first time I can recall quoting myself, but fair warning… I kind of like it. Allow me to elaborate. When you process form data through HTTP’s POST protocol for example, to get it into a MySQL database previously, […]