Introducing 1.0, the best release ever

Last week release 1.0 was elevated from beta into production. After 10 months in development (the first 3 in private), she’s ready for prime time and was released to...

Last week release 1.0 was elevated from beta into production.

After 10 months in development (the first 3 in private), she’s ready for prime time and was released to the world last Tuesday. So far the results are nominal, in line with expectations from unit tests and parameters measure well compared to similar models. This may be creator’s bias, but the UI is next level, well above industry trends. Exposure to 1.0 often results in those involved in post-release evaluations, experiencing physical symptoms like going weak at the knees, random heart flutters.

While 1.0 does require regular management of input/output systems, both developers are more than willing to contribute any time necessary. Development continues with work continuing around the clock. As the sun comes up, there may be tired eyes, but the results are totally worth it. We are hopeful that as time goes on, stability improves and coffee supplies will last longer.

Initial security protocols were implemented immediately after deployment, which should prevent attacks from external threats. Additional defenses are scheduled to be upgraded at around 6 weeks from now.

With 1 week under our belts, we’re incredibly proud of what we’ve produced and know this release is so significant, it will change our lives forever. It’s hard not to think of the future and how best to prepare 1.0 for what the world will be in time to come. Will authentication even be required for navigating the world or will transport integrations mean we can flight releases without control.

While the system is built to be self-aware of the surrounding environment, additional training is likely to yield promising results and something we’ll invest in heavily. With the right monitoring, 1.0 is expected to follow instruction and make the right decision when faced with decision trees. Were also hopeful successful business models are selected although return on investment is never guaranteed.

Please welcome the newest member of the techAU team, Sophie Rose Cartwright.

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Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis.
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  • Mark Parker
    10 April 2018 at 5:34 pm

    Nice work Jason…just remember when you get to version 1.3 where you introduce those new mobility features you’ll need to go back and ultra upgrade all your security features – particularly those often overlooked security back doors like low cupboards and fridge doors!

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  • Colin
    10 April 2018 at 6:54 pm