August 3, 2019

Several years ago we ran across some research that suggested that basic regression analysis and data science techniques employed against an anonymous data set (meaning a data set that has been striped of personally identifiable information) could infer the identity of...

June 26, 2019

It has been our experience that the process of data identification, cleansing, and normalizing has typically been the greatest barrier to effective data analytics. According to a recent survey published by Infoworld, data scientists report spending as much as 80% of th...

December 22, 2018

PortOne Technology Group as been awarded a Prime seat in the Department of the Navy's SeaPort Next Generation multiple award contract vehicle. This will allow PortOne to compete for future U.S. Naval support service opportunities valued at $5 billion per year.

The SeaPo...

September 25, 2018

In the previous post in this series we introduced the Microservices Architectural Pattern. We outlined both the benefits and the drawbacks of opting for microservices and we discussed how, despite their complexity, microservices make ideal solutions for many complex le...

September 24, 2018

PortOne Technology Group LLC is proud to have been accepted as a member of the Information Warfare Research Project Consortium, a $100M Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) with the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Centers (SPAWAR Atlantic and Pacific).

The IWRP consortium...

September 17, 2018

It is debatable whether or not one would consider AHLTA a successful EHR. We all love to hate the venerable system, but for all practical purposes, it has largely done its job. Successful applications very often have a habit of growing over time, and AHLTA is certainly...

August 30, 2018

While computing technology is evolving rapidly, the adaptation of that technology within the healthcare industry often lags far behind other sectors. This reluctance to break with the status quo and adopt these emerging capabilities is reducing opportunities to innovat...

August 6, 2018

I have been in the software development gig for most of my adult life, although in more of a management capacity in the last few years. Either way, I’ve been around long enough to see some development methodologies fall out of favor only to return as the next great thi...

June 21, 2018

In the span of 2 million years the human brain has nearly tripled in size. What accounted for such meteoric growth in a time span that is generally considered to be a veritable blip on the evolutionary radar?

Researchers believe that most of the mass expansion experienc...

May 16, 2018

Several years ago when I was coding regularly, I stumbled upon an idea that has always stuck with me. I was employed as a development team lead and had just hired a Jr programmer. I assigned the new guy to the task of fixing bugs, because what better way to learn a leg...

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