Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programmers

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Sunday, October 5, 2008

The view(s) from the hotel

Which two buildings are across the street from my current location?

Trend HQ

and

Symantec HQ

anyone might think it had been deliberately chosen for comedy purposes…

posted by Graham Lee at 21:27  

Monday, September 1, 2008

Fuzzing as a security testing tool

Google have a new browser project, called chrome, and in their introduction they explain perfectly, through the medium of image, how fuzzing works.

Of course, as anyone could tell you, if you take a thousand monkeys and a thousand typewriters and put them all in a room for long enough, you will end up with a thousand broken typewriters, ten fat monkeys and 990 monkey skeletons.

posted by Graham Lee at 20:56  

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Back from holiday

I went on holiday to Stockholm this week. Of the ~1.5GB I downloaded from the camera, this was the photo I thought most apt to describe the experience on this blog:

Ubuntu

posted by Graham Lee at 17:56  

Monday, February 26, 2007

FOSDEM / GNUstep photos

Just came in on #gnustep. Many photos of the GNUstep booth, dev room and of course the famous GNUstep dinner.

posted by Graham Lee at 15:20  

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