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Mark Nunnikhoven
Vice President, Cloud Research . AWS Community Hero. Builder. Working to make security easier for everyone. Opinionated but always looking to learn.
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Andy Greenberg 22h
I spoke to Snowden about his book, the internet of the 90s, his real work at NSA, the long slide toward an onymous, observed internet, and whether CBP and ICE's use of surveillance represent the key turning in the "turnkey tyranny" he's always warned of.
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Mark Nunnikhoven 14h
follow the 🧵, watch something as it’s being created...
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Jeremy Daly Sep 15
This was a fun chat with . Great info for enterprises, but also for startups looking to build better CI/CD pipelines for their projects. Make sure you subscribe so you don't miss an episode!
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Alyssa Miller (Speaking @ McAfee MPower) Sep 11
HEY! Yeah YOU! Have you heard of ? No? Time to check it out. June 2020 will be the inaugural event, pulling together some of the best aspects of cons but with a defender focus. CFP is open now, so be a part of it!!
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Catalin Cimpanu Sep 11
Most Android flashlight apps request an absurd number of permissions -Avast tested 937 flashlight apps -average of requested permissions was: 25 -3 apps requested 77 permissions, 2 requested 76 (half of all Android OS permissions—totally legit, right?)
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ZDNet Sep 11
DevOps leaders deliver software 200 times more frequently than their peers, study shows by
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Orin Kerr Sep 9
BIG NEWS: 9th Circuit holds that scraping a public website likely does not violate the CFAA, even after website owner prohibits with a cease-and-desist letter; language strongly suggests CFAA only applies to bypassing authentication. Blog post up soon.
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Nathan Peck Sep 10
Where are you on your infrastructure as code journey? A little preview of my upcoming webinar on Sept 26th where I'll talk about building containerized apps using AWS Cloud Development Kit with ECS:
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Mark Nunnikhoven Sep 15
Replying to @esh @github
there is a very good chance... Actions are enabled in the repo and on a repo-by-repo basis. commit the YAML file to the repo you want the action to occur in, done 3rd party tools ticked me off because most want those perms & to any org you’re a member of...
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Mark Nunnikhoven Sep 15
29 lines of YAML later and Actions is automatically building my static site and syncing it to on every push
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chrismunns Sep 13
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Jacob Herrington Sep 14
I have strong opinions on this - the way some business leaders think about building engineering teams is incredibly short-sighted and even dangerous. The blind spots manifest so clearly when juniors join teams. I have been that junior left hanging before, it's rough.
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Rene Ritchie Sep 13
Apple making a calendar didn’t kill calendar apps. It gave us Fantastical. Apple building in a camera app didn’t stop Halide or Obscura. Simple apps get Sherlocked. Great apps Moriarty right back. Terrific history/logic/reality lesson from
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Mark Nunnikhoven Sep 14
interesting discussion bubbling up here...
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Mark Nunnikhoven Sep 14
Replying to @robertoblake
data is always good! for the deep dive, maybe think about it in layers. present it in a stream either evasive, little deeper, litre deeper, what it all means when you at the big picture if you don’t walk ppl through it, they tend to just cling to a “magic number”
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Mark Nunnikhoven Sep 14
💯 fantastic 🧵 here. appreciate you sharing your thoughts
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Farrah Sep 13
This makes me laugh so hard and I don't know why...
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Mark Nunnikhoven Sep 14
Replying to @TeriRadichel
the really interesting thing is that this fine was well below the max. they got fined 1.5/4% for lack of proper . they were not fined under the 2% for breach notification failures for those 😳 right now, yes the max is 6% (4+2) of global turnover
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Adrian Sanabria Sep 13
This is freaking awesome
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Mark Nunnikhoven Sep 14
iOS wish list: use to auto detect when I switch languages while typing (or dictating!) so that it doesn’t try to auto correct everything as being wrong ...also pretty sure that’s messing up my local auto correct model /cc
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