In my previous post, Building a wired pop-up event network, I explained how I designed and deployed a high-throughput wired network in an event space (including suggestions on packing and organization to speed deployment and teardown). In this post, I’ll explain how my team and I created a wireless network to go alongside it. This […]
When I switched career paths from IT to software engineering, there was one downside. I stopped working on computer networks in a professional capacity, which is a topic I’ve always been very passionate about. Fortunately, I’ve been able to work on some exciting networking challenges at my software engineering job. My organization started a biannual […]
Thank you to Chris Kinsman and the Seattle .NET Developers Alliance for allowing me to speak on CryptInject and my thoughts on software security last night. It was a wonderful group and I had a great time! For anyone that is looking to read the slides as presented last night, they can be found here.
I’m thrilled to be speaking at the .NET Developers Association in Redmond on December 7th, 2015. If you’re in the greater Seattle area, please stop by and say hello! I’ll be discussing CryptInject and cryptography in C#/.NET for about an hour, then taking questions. http://www.meetup.com/NET-Developers-Association/events/225594080/