OBS is a Free and open source software tool for video recording and live streaming on Linux, Windows, or Mac. It is an excellent tool for organising input from any source and turning it into a professional-level stream or recording …
With global lock-downs in place, a lot of people are taking to online teaching, or live streaming and video conferencing for other reasons. This was a live stream to introduce the OBS live streaming software, which can be used for online teaching as well as other streaming and live conferencing.
Background In a previous post, I said that if you want to get rich, hack what we eat. Statistica just published a chart showing the estimated alternative meat sales in the USA and parts of Europe in 2018. As you can see, it is already a huge growth area, with […]
Almost everything we do at Kenga Solutions is done with open source software, including images, presentations and videos. All of these make use of some kind of graphic design elements. I was recently asked what we use, so here is a short blog post to answer the question.
Recently, Kenga Solutions was called on by Consilium Academy to develop a website that would be used to offer blended learning courses, courses which were mainly face-to-face, but that had to be purchased online and supported with eLearning technology.
MIT Technology Review sat down with Bill Gates to discuss his picks for the 2019 Breakthrough Technology. The list is pretty interesting, and something about which anyone with an interest in technology should think.
Chad Fowler, General Manager of Developer Advocacy at Microsoft and well known figure in the software world, recently gave a talk entitled The Future Of Software Development. Chad is described as an internationally known software developer, trainer, manager, speaker, and musician.
The full title of this talk was “Adapting IT Governance Frameworks to Ensure Control and Visibility of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS)”. It was given at the 3rd Government CIO Summit which took place in Cape Town, 27- 30 May 2013. In it I talked about using metrics to […]