The inuit have 100 words for snow. The Danes have 100 words for cake.
Having Fun With Teaching
I taught my first class back in 2009. I have taught many classes since. I think something I quickly learned was everybody had a better experience when I was enjoying myself. So I did things that made the class more fun for me. Things like explaining cryptography through Shakespeare, use case diagrams via method of... Continue Reading →
Painted the Mind Thief
First mini in 10 months.
I got certified as CISSP this week. The preparation was grueling. So much material to cover. The exam itself was fair, but the test questions in the beginning were really weird. I was at first a bit taken a back but then onve the 25 test questions were out of the way it was smooth... Continue Reading →
So about a month ago, I decided it was time to get certified. I had been doing this work, and teaching this content for some years now and thought a certificate would be a good way to demonstrate the skills to potential employers. I registered for the security+ exam and got the bundle with 2... Continue Reading →
New Keyboard: Welcome Charybdis
After building the dactyl, I took a long break from building keyboards. In that time I noticed, no matter how awesome dactyl was, I still needed to lift my hand up to use the mouse. So I started dreaming about a keyboard with an integrated trackball. My dreams came true when I ran into Charybdis.... Continue Reading →
Github Copilot and Sentiment Analysis in 3 Minutes
This week the conditions aligned, and I got to use two new (to me) technologies: Vader Sentiment Analysis and Copilot. It was a fortuitous coincidence that these two technologies came together, as their combined power was able to break me out of my comfort zone and still be productive. https://youtu.be/mQEom8ESs8k Wrote a simple sentiment analysis... Continue Reading →
How to Sell Your Video Game?
Our new paper with Philipp and Hakan is just published in MISQE. For me, it is the culmination of work I have been doing since I wrote my first Steam scripts in 2014... I was very lucky in terms of my extremely talented co-authors, thanks to them years of confusion was distilled into this practitioner... Continue Reading →
Scripting for Kiddies
As part of our efforts surrounding the Danish Cybersecurity Championship, we are offering a course on Bash scripting. While we used Haaukins platform for some activities, one can carry out the exercises on any Linux machine (maybe a bit less easily). As part of the course, I created content that includes videos, tutorial documents, exercises... Continue Reading →