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Last week on my Mac: who remembers HyperCard, and a ban on encryption?

Unless you used a Mac more than fifteen years ago, the name HyperCard may mean little to you. But this year it has been exhumed and brought the occasional tear to some ageing eyes. 771 more words

Technology

What's up with the Encryption?

Explaining the technology and legality of end-to-end encryption in India

Last week Supreme Court dismissed a public interest litigation seeking to ban messaging applications like WhatsApp that use end to end encryption to secure communication between two users. 928 more words

Public Policy

LEJOG Recce #1

On the May Bank Holiday Saturday, I started my first solo reconnaissance ride of the Land’s End to John o’ Groats record attempt route with a mixture of foolishness and optimism – two ingredients that are definitely required for this challenge. 3,144 more words

Training

Ever Walk Alone?

Molly was sick last week so couldn’t come out with me and I can honestly say that walking alone is no fun at all. She, of course was not impressed to be left at home either, but she just had to rest. 640 more words

Walking

UI-based Automation

Background

I have been always passionate about end-to-end automation (including testing) as it is a true representation of the current state of the software. In general context, an end-to-end automation refers to the actions triggered from UI, together with the expected responses. 216 more words

Automation

Video: Electric Imp's End-to-End Security

By now it should be pretty clear that security is a critical topic in any serious IoT offering. Mistakes can ruin your business.

While many people in the industry are still debating IoT security and the best ways to achieve it, Electric Imp has already shipped  57 more words

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