I’m releasing a special [?] short Labor Day episode where we still manage to discuss Stingray devices (Fake cell towers) needing Federal warrants when used by the FBI/DEA and others, Fiat-Chrysler recalling 8k cars for hacking risk, a Drone crash at the US Open that got a New York City teacher arrested, and Uber eyeing… Read More Podcast Episode 5: Uber Delivers, Drone Crashes, Car Recalls and warrants for Stingrays
Another week, another podcast: Facebook gets into the virtual assistant game with “M” a new feature of Messenger, Textio tells companies what demographics their job posts actually entice, Uber hires security researchers to beef up their self driving car program, and finally Instagram gets wide and vertical with its images and videos. All in this… Read More Podcast Episode 4! Facebook’s Digital Assistant, Uber’s Security Hires, and Twitter’s Diversity push.
I’ve been heads down in so many things lately, a new position at work, many changes at home, but i’ve started work on something i’m excited about: A Podcast. Just me, talking about tech, culture, privacy and security. I think if you listen you’ll come out more informed, entertained, and probably a little bit more… Read More Something new – A Podcast
This is fairly simple, but for the sake of vanity and the motivation that this little time series graph brings I have to mention it. I set up git with a fresh repo on my local machine after having set up 2 factor auth for github at work and despaired for a little while with… Read More Getting your commit graph to show everything on Github
While on my reflective bender on my QA work over the year I decided to cover the actual processes we have in place at work. So, I wrote a blog post outlining the processes we have in place at Chirpify today, on the official Chirpify blog. Check out the post here.