Been curious about Golang?


My Authentic Golang “Go” Story. I love code, but I approached Google’s open source programming language, Go, as a skeptic – a battle weary skeptic. Having reached the 10-year milestone as a software engineer, I’ve seen fads come and go. I’ve also been satisfied enough with my native language, C++, to not search for alternatives….

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Job Posting: C++ Software Engineers in CA & NC


219 Design helps our clients succeed by developing embedded products that cross the boundaries between engineering disciplines. We achieve better outcomes because we cultivate an environment where engineers are inspired to learn, collaborate, and thrive. Our great team is what enables us to do great things.

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Sportvision Innovation at World Cup Hockey


Congratulations to our client, Sportvision! Their newest player and puck tracking technology made a successful debut at the World Cup of Hockey. Through embedded tracking devices, fans are able to see real-time data like a player’s ice time, speed, and travel as well as puck speed, trajectory, and distance. “It gives people another way to…

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Deliver Better VR Experiences with Custom Tracked Objects


In an internal poll, ten out of ten 219ers strongly believe that custom tracked objects can enhance the sense of presence within a virtual reality experience. Tracked objects aren’t limited to gaming accessories. If the user’s VR experience would be enriched by the ability to hold and interact with a physical object (a medical device, a…

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Burgers, Beer, and VR: the 8th annual ME218 Alumni BBQ


We had another fantastic turnout this year for the ME218 Alumni BBQ!  With about 150 attendees, it was a great chance to connect with old classmates and recent grads. We reminisced about our times in Stanford’s SPDL and caught up on everything we’ve been working on since.   For me, it’s been a long time (10+…

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