Monthly Archives: July 2020

Validating Flight Networks for Drones – part 2

In part-1 I described how we validate flight-networks at Flytrex to make sure that no two nodes of a flight network are too close. Now let’s turn our attention to validating that no two edges are too close. First, how … Continue reading

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QA by Child

I recently published a home project I was working on, an app to teach children to read Hebrew. I wrote it originally to help my son learn to read Hebrew. In an early version my son was very excited to … Continue reading

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How to hire a freelancer – 25 useful tips

Over the years I’ve had many opportunities to work with freelancers. Recently a friend had a bad experience looking for freelancers, and I tried to help her find new ones. That prompted me to write a bit about my method. … Continue reading

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Validating Flight Networks for Drones – part 1

At Flytrex, in order to ensure drones fly only where allowed, and do not collide with each other, they are allowed to fly only in preplanned paths. However, if our goal is to deliver food to backyards, we can’t have … Continue reading

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