Archive for the ‘presentation’ Category

I’ve been working as a CTO in some shape or form for almost 8 years now. Many people tell me that they want to be a CTO, and then moments later ask what’s involved. Wednesday wasn’t a typical day – they’re (thankfully) not all that full on, but it serves as a good example of […]

A quick overview of WebVR based on Ada Rose Edwards’ awesome ‘getting started with WebVR‘ presentation that I saw at Nineworlds Geekfest The demos that I showed off can be seen from Ada’s GitHub pages: basic demo track demo Sadly the odd colour basic demo and the T-Rex thing haven’t (yet) made it from the […]

Yesterday I delivered a tutorial as part of the Open Network Users Group (ONUG) Academy: To go through the tutorial yourself you’ll need an AWS account and an SSH client (and the Internet access and browser you’re using to read this). To complement the slides there’s a wiki on GitHub with all of the relevant command […]

Here’s my presentation from If you’re interested in a deeper dive then take a look at the Container Networking Tutorial I did for ONUG.

This was a warm up for a presentation I’ll be doing at AppSec USA later in the year. I got some good feedback on the night, but if you have more then please make a comment below.

Update (13 Mar 2014) – this presentation is also available on YouTube I did a presentation at the open source hardware users group (OSHUG) last night. Click to the second slide to get the TL;DR version: With more time I’d like to get some quantitative material on the memory footprint of various cipher suites and […]