• Delphi at the University: Insights for Students and Teachers

    Presented at the DelphiCon @EmbarcaderoTechNet Online Conference Nov/2020 https://delphicon.embarcadero.com/ There are countless disciplines in the curricula of several university courses where we can use Delphi/C++builder in order to demonstrate concepts and study the heavy theory in a more pleasant and practical way! From a very early age once students become familiar with the technology, they …

  • Electrical Engineer and MSc. Medicine, really?

    I recently got my MSc. diploma for Medicine Neuro-Science and it was funny to have some of ┬ámy close friends asking “How is it possible to an Engineer to get a Medicine Neuro-Science MSc. degree?”… So I decided to write this post to tell a little bit of what I went through in the past …

  • Brunian on the News!

    Our start-up company Brunian is everywhere on the news! First we where among the projects selected to be part of the special article published on most important local newspaper of our state. The idea was to show and celebrate important technologies being built at the new government building designed to host start-up companies. The complete …

  • Traffic lights with Arduino

    Traffic lights, also known as traffic signals, traffic lamps, signal lights, or semaphores. On 10 December 1868, the first traffic lights were installed outside the British Houses of Parliament in London, to control the traffic in Bridge Street, Great George Street and Parliament Street. They were promoted by the railway engineer J. P. Knight and …