Just a friendly message to say that I’m back from the holidays and hopefully can write some more content for here. I would have liked to have written a more substantial message, with perhaps some encouragement for the New Year, but it appears like this one is off to a dismal, if not unexpected, start.
In lieu of a regular post, I just wanted to take the time to highlight a really cool even, operated by a company I am working for. GaoTek is a company that works with ICT, RFID and IoT technology devices – all part of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In January, GaoTek is going to be running a series of virtual summits to keep the tech industry connected even in the midst of the pandemic. There are already a lot of really interesting and experienced speakers lined up, so I encourage you to check out the link below to learn more.
Just in case anyone is following these posts, this is a heads up that there will not be a post made today, nor on Thursday. I’ll be busy traveling for Canadian Thanksgiving. Keep safe during the festive season!
(Fun fact – both American and Canadian Thanksgivings were put into place through progressive legislation at the end of the 19th Century. However, both were inspired by historical events. The American Thanksgiving traces its lineage back to the Pilgrims in the 17th Century. Canadian Thanksgiving, however, has its origin point in the explorations of Frobisher in the 16th Century. Guess that means the Canadian one can be argued to be the original!)