Tag: Security

BNOTECHCAST Episode 5: Quo vadis cross-platform development

Quo vadis cross-platform developmentThis episode has been a long time coming. Originally planned for March 21st of this year health issues and me changing jobs got it delayed until today. I am not sure if I will be able to pick up the weekly episode schedule that I originally intended, but I will try to have episoded released more regularly.

The episode will premiere again on Youtube today at 8:00 pm CEST and Spreaker, as well as your favorite podcast platforms, at 8:30 pm CEST.

Show notes for today:

In the past 4 years I worked in cross-platform mobile development and viewing this space evolve during that time got me thinking where this would be going in the future. Then during the first weeks of starting a new job I had to work on comparing different cross-platform frameworks putting a whole new perspective to the discussion. I am proposing some ideas in this episode and would love to get into a discussion with the development community on this, so feel free to share the episode and comment below.

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[Commentary] Implication of the Paris attacks on cyber security

[Commentary] – This morning I watched a commentary by Hemu Nigam of SSP Blue on CNN in which he suggested that we should ban encrypted communication so security agencies can monitor all communications to protect us and our families from another attack like the ones in Paris last Friday. This came up, because of reports out of the Paris attacks investigation that the attackers hid their communications through encrypted messaging apps.

The point Nigam is making may seem logical at first glance, but is it really the right approach? What implications would this have for people and businesses?

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