Back from Darmstadt and another wonderful SQL Konferenz. A few weeks at home before I'm away again when I head to Redmond and the Microsoft MVP Summit.
As always, here are some links from the Intertubz that I hope will hold your interest. Enjoy!
Setting aside the obvious jokes about how people are being forced to tie their own shoes, this tech does serve a need for people who are physically incapable of doing a task we take for granted. Here’s hoping Nike can make this work.
Just reminding you that computers are getting faster, and soon quantum computing will crack stronger passwords, and faster.
For a company that once used the slogan “Don’t be evil,” Google has taken a long, long time to publicly show that it cares about data security and privacy for users. That’s probably a result of their not caring, as our data is their product.
As I was just saying...
I expect we are going to hear more stories similar to this one, as police around the country review their cold case files in an effort to seek justice.
And it takes 90 days or more for most companies to be aware that the breach happened.
I would totally pay $340 to get strips of bacon on my next plate.
The view of Darmstadium, including the ancient Roman wall they kept as part of the structure: