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Airport security vs. privacy - can smarter technology provide a nice middle ground?
There's a lot of public backlash concerning the new TSA Airport security measures which include the new rather invasive body scanners and the option of a very intimate pat down should you decline the body scanner. What I want to know is why can’t the people who build the body scanners build them a little smarter? Smart enough so that everyone passing through doesn’t feel like they’ve just walked naked past a group of strangers. Now I don’t pretend to know all about what goes into developing the backscatter ......

Posted On Wednesday, November 17, 2010 8:04 AM | Comments (2)

Ch-ch-ch-changes...
The last few months have been pretty crazy. Just before the MVP summit in February I was approached about changing to a different project with my (then current) employer, and right after the summit I was approached by another company. Eventually I went with the new company and a new role in the Information Assurance field. More to come on that as things progress. All that being said I've not been as active in the .NET community as I once was and I miss it - so I'm looking to dive back in especially ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 9, 2010 8:42 PM | Comments (0)

Twitter - oops!

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I imagine a ton of people all over the planet are staring at the same thing right now...

Posted On Thursday, September 25, 2008 8:07 PM | Comments (1)

Can you say "Code Reviews"?
Odd story I just came across about a Microsoft "Santa" bot that spit out some responses they hadn't planned on...well ok, the news media can buy that story but somewhere a developer had planned this response and IMHO it should have been caught by a code review and handled differently for such a huge public project which you just *know* is going to be scrutinized by everyone wanting to make Microsoft look bad. See the full story here: http://www.citynews.ca/news... EDIT: further link ......

Posted On Thursday, December 6, 2007 10:10 AM | Comments (0)