Monthly Archives: April 2012

Cool Data Visualization

I attended a course from Edward Tufte a few years ago on Data Visualization, and while I learned some neat things, I never was able to implement them well. I think part of it is a complete lack of an … Continue reading

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A Lifetime of Software

I’ve been working with computers and software for most of my life, but it’s been a career for a couple of decades now. I don’t do as much technical work as I used to, mostly testing and experimenting, but my … Continue reading

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Security Outside the Database

It’s 2012. We’ve known about SQL Injection for years, we’ve known about the issues with high privilege admin accounts for decades, and poor configuration has been an issue ever since we first started networking two computing devices together. Yet these … Continue reading

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The Mentoring Experiment – Cycle 2

It’s been a long time, almost a year since Andy Warren and I kicked off The Mentoring Experiment. We had a successful cycle 1, and are not in the process of looking for mentors for cycle 2. Once we get … Continue reading

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