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Myanmar National Airlines takes delivery of its first ATR 72-600

Myanmar National Airlines (formerly Myanma Airways) (Yangon) took delivery of its first ATR 72-600 (ATR 72-212A XY-AJY, msn 1267) on August 3.

The airline, which currently operates a fleet of three ATR 72-500s, two ATR 72-200s and one ATR 42-300, had booked an order for six ATR 72-600s in 2014, along with options for six additional aircraft, in a deal valued at $296 million (USD). 235 more words


Wizz Air posts a fiscal first quarter net profit of $36.1 million, up 12.5%

Wizz Air (Hungary) (Budapest) has reported a first quarter net profit of €32.9 million ($36.1 million), up 12.5% compared to €29.2 million ($32.0 million) in the same quarter a year ago. 950 more words


5 reasons (at least) to explore Theory of Constraints

Theory of Constraints is a “business philosophy” or “management paradigm” that takes into account the existence of constraints, e.g. limiting factors hindering the organization to achieve more of its Goal.   807 more words


A case study on SSL/TLS

I decided to write this post after a project I participated in, which required a web service to connect to a remote machine over SSL. Although I had already encountered the term “SSL” a lot of times, I soon realized that I had never fully understood how it really works and how it could be implemented in Java, so I started collecting information from the internet to make things clear. 2,872 more words

Public-key Cryptography

July 2015 scan results

Number of servers with trusted certificates is rising again, but it’s not yet at they May levels. Mostly just continuation of established trends. One significant change is that I’ve used most recent Mozilla trust list, with few 1024 bit root CAs removed, causing the average length of certificate chain to drop significantly. 1,339 more words


Thought-Provoking Words

From a fascinating review by Gregory Radick of Piers J. Hale’s
Malthus, mutualism, and the politics of evolution in Victorian England in the TLS.
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