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 →
Two Minis in One Go
Today I painted two Gloomhaven minis, the spell weaver and eclipse. Both were depicted as night scenes in the character art, so I choose a simple wash based approach for both. The figures were primed with zenithal highlighting earlier, so the washes just gave the atmosphere for the minis. Eclipse was no frills, just some... Continue Reading →