Rosetta Debugging, NASA Data: Discuss & Debate on InformationWeek Radio
During this week's broadcast of "This InformationWeek," host Curtis Franklin and guests aim for the stars with stories about the Rosetta mission and NASA exploring open data.
Nov 13, 2014
NEW YORK, Nov. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In technology news this week, InformationWeek found out that scientists can land a robotic probe on a comet but can't debug code.
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Then join InformationWeek Radio Host Curtis Franklin for this Friday's edition of "This InformationWeek," a weekly Internet Radio broadcast that looks back at the week in technology to explain how IT is changing our lives and the way we do business.
This week, Franklin interviews InformationWeek Editor David F. Carr as he discusses two important stories that will have you looking at the stars all weekend.
This first story relates to debugging issues the European Space Agency encountered with its Rosetta project. After a historic landing on a comet, technical engineers had to immediately debug code within the probe to continue the mission.
The second story Carr will discuss looks at how NASA is exploring the largely untapped field of open data and what lessons your IT department can learn from the space agency.
"This InformationWeek" broadcasts this Friday, November 14, at 3:00 p.m. EST (Noon PST) on the InformationWeek website. You can check out the broadcast preview here and learn more about the live chat that follows the show.
In addition to all things space, Franklin and Community Editor Susan Nunziata will offer an early look at the 2015 Interop show in Las Vegas and what InformationWeek readers can learn at next year's conference. Finally, Franklin and Geekend author David Wagner will talk about this week's column.
"This InformationWeek" is live this Friday at 3:00 p.m. EST. Please join Franklin and his guests and lend your voice to the conversation and the InformationWeek community.
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