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Chris McCormick
My Linux Conf AU talk on 's Piku is up: 👇 I got a lot of value from these other Linux Conf AU talks (thread).
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @mccrmx
Peter Chubb's "Electronics from your Kitchen Drawer" wherein he shows us how to build capacitors, diodes, and resistors from stuff you can find in your house.
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @annaisworking
The arcane computer science topic of transiplation is magically broken down into something even I could understand by . Compelling talk, thank you.
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @VTeagueAus
Grateful for the work that and her colleagues are doing to protect our democracies from reckless adoption of broken e-voting systems. Informative talk that goes into detail on the crypto. Thank you.
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @keith_x11
Snek is a very interesting language for teaching kids to code using Lego and robots. Detailed tech talk by on the inside and outside of his language. Can't wait to get the hardware for my kids!
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @whatnick
Imperfect but practical methods to interface with the WhatsApp walled garden from . Also launching blood-delivering medical drones in Kenya, wow!
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @keith_x11
Another entertaining talk by with some juicy retro-computing Unix & xwindows history.
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @Erstejahre
A thought provoking treatise on multi-factor auth and identity by .
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @yaakov_h
Identity versus authentication and digital drivers licenses by .
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @SurvivalWomenIT
And finally 's hilarious tale of devops on the edge. Thoroughly enjoyable.
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Chris McCormick Jan 20
Replying to @mccrmx
Also managed to fit in a nice swim in the Gold Coast seas. Something about being in the ocean is tremendously humbling and grounding. The power and age of nature dwarfing one's own experience of reality.
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