Supply Chain Courses

During the last few years I've been doing a few online courses in Supply Chain. As you can see in previous posts like this or this. »

Voice Picking

This is right in the intersection of Supply Chain and Artificial Intelligence. One of the most common processes within Supply Chain is warehouse management, which includes »


This is one of the most interesting visualizations I have seen in a while. The folks at Kiln created a map of merchant ships around the »


I found out that Google is open sourcing (more or less) the build system used internally, Blaze. The open source version is called Bazel. This is »


The Astronauts, the team behind The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, just published a great summary of how they are using photogrammetry in order to create some »

Dave Cutler

Dave Cutler is one of the best software engineers in Microsoft, and arguably in the entire world. The Microsoft News Center recently published a long feature »

Supply Chain Design Course

Right before the end of last year I finished the second Supply Chain Course on edX. This was a fantastic course, easily the best one I've »

Springer Mathematics Books

Springer, the academic publisher, has been maintaining an open access program for a while. They have released thousands of books in their website, free to download. »

What's next in Deep Learning

Andrew Ng is one of the world's top experts in Machine Learning, and had a tremendous influence making Deep Learning a popular technique for problems in »

Fungi and Alzheimer's Disease

A few days ago I read an article on Nature Scientific Reports about Fungi in the brain of Alzheimer's Disease patients. The article didn't go as »