Thanks to everyone that stopped by the booth at Microsoft Ignite last week, it was great talking data and databases. I'm working on a summary recap of the event so look for that as a separate post in Geek Speak later this week.
In the meantime, here's a bunch of stuff I found on the Intertubz in the past week that you might find interesting, enjoy!
The IoT is made up of billions of unpatched and unmonitored devices, what could possibly go wrong?
This. This is what could go wrong.
I don't care who you vote for, there is no way you can tell me you think either candidate has any idea what to do about the Cyber.
For example, here is one of the largest tech companies making horrible decisions about 500 MILLION accounts being hacked. I have little faith in anyone when it comes to data security except for Troy Hunt. Is it too late to elect him Data Security Czar?
Because it seemed weird to not include yet another link about self-driving cars.
The biggest shock I had while reading this was learning that BlackBerry was still making smartphones.
I'm going with the theory that this island was put there in order to catch people making copies of the original work, but this article is a nice reminder why crowd-sourced pieces of work (hello Wikipedia) are often filled with inaccurate data.
At Microsoft Ignite last week patrick.hubbard found this documentation gem: