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  • Free Paramount Workshop!

    Well, if that title doesn't get your attention, I don't know what else to say! This Fall, Software Bisque is hosting a free workshop for Paramount owners at the Riverside Astronomical Society's dark sky site GMARS (Goat Mountain Astronomical...
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  • It's ALIVE!!! Live Stacking Comes to TheSkyX

    We've snuck a new beta feature (beta means still has some rough edges - you have been warned...) into both the Pro and LTI versions of TheSkyX with last weeks posted Daily Build. Live Stacking! What is live stacking, and why should you care? Well...
  • Seeker and other Mac news

    Wow, I’m way overdue for a blog entry! I’ve been pretty busy lately and there’s a lot going on in the Bisque world, as well in some of my side projects. Since my last post, we have shipped TheSkyX for the Mac at MacWorld, and TheSkyX for Windows since...
  • Texas Star Party 2019

    You might have an image of a software developer as someone sitting at his desk all day type type typing away on a computer drinking Jolt cola and eating Doritos. It's surprising how busy I am, in and out of the office, and nothing brings this into...
  • @Focus3, and Mosaics, and LTI...Oh My...

    Ah, the day (and night) in the life of a developer. You know, there are more professional golfers in the world, than people who make a living making astronomy software and products. If only the pay were as good - LOL. Seriously though, I realize just...
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  • On Netbooks...

    I've been on the road a bit, and it's always great talking to customers, meeting other vendors, and of course doing some sight seeing along the way. Had a great weekend in Pasadena at the Pacific Astronomy and Telescope Show. Steve, Tom, and I...
  • My Truce with the Penguin

    Disclaimer: My opinions on Linux are not the official viewpoint of Software Bisque, or any other of its employees. In fact, I believe either Matt and/or Tom are rather fond of Linux. I know they both run Linux for various reasons. I, however, am most...
  • TheSky HD Gets an Upgrade!

    Version 1.2 of TheSky HD for iPad is now live on the Apple App store, and boy is it a major update! Here's a summary of the new "stuff": Support for the Paramount MYT via WiSky Wi-Fi adapter One star polar alignment wizard for Paramount...
  • 2015 NEAIC/NEAF Post Mortem

    I'm back and in one piece (a minor miracle if you flew anywhere on the East Coast earlier this week) from the North East Advanced Imaging Conference (NEAIC) and the North East Astronomy Forum (NEAF). These back to back annual events have been supported...
  • DSLR Imaging

    As of last Friday, the current daily build of TheSkyX with Camera Add-On has a significant update for Canon DSLR users. I'm calling this version 1.0, as the previous releases were really experimental beta's, and now I've settled on how this...
  • NEAF/NEAIC Post Mortem

    It seems every time I write about an event or star party, I want to say it's my favorite event of the year. It's a sure sign of how much I enjoy my job. I'm home now from my last adventure, shared with Steve and Tom Bisque to the Northeast...
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  • PixInsight!

    Most anyone who reads this blog regularly knows that I'm an avid imager myself, of the particular (and sometimes maligned) denomination of "pretty picture people". My weapon of choice is primarily PixInisight, but alas I am weak, and do...
  • Are you ready for this?

    The Arizona show (ASAE) is coming, and boy do we have some goodies in store! I, by the way, (warning shameless plug here!) will be giving two featured talks at SWAP , one on equipment selection, and one on DSLR imaging, both aimed at the beginning imager...
  • Report from WWDC

    My first trip to San Francisco was also my first developers conference. It was July of 1992, and I was attending the very first Win32 Professional Developers Conference. I returned home with a beta copy of Windows NT, my first exposure to something called...
  • Astrophotography Webinar

    I've been an amateur astronomer since childhood, and for years even after I starting working here at Software Bisque, I would say "Oh, I'm a visual guy...", to deflect any expectations about my astrophotography skills. About 20 years...
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