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I found this piece really fascinating and I like that you can take a huge problem and still consider it simple. It puts a lot of other problems into perspective and I like how this piece is written.
Hello, again. My name is Trey. This is part 2 of a 6 part series related to information security podcasts.
To recap Why am I recording this series?
"What podcasts you listen to" was on the list of recommended topics
I am passionate about information security
We desperately need people to fill infosec jobs in many different specialties
Infosec is a rapidly changing field, and it is critical to stay current
As a result I listen to TONS of infosec related podcasts
Because there are so many podcasts to list, I have broken them down into 6 different episodes based on topics:
Part 1 – News & Current Events
Part 2 – General Information Security
Part 3 - Career & Personal Development
Part 4 – Social Engineering
Part 5 -
Hacks & Attacks
Technical Information & Learning
Infosec Community / Social / History
Part 6 – Infosec Leadership
General Information Security
Caveat – Dave Bittner & Ben Yelin (Weekly)
Weekly discussion of cybersecurity law and policy, with a particular focus on surveillance and digital privacy https://thecyberwire.com/podcasts/caveat.html
Brakeing Down Security - Bryan Brake, Brian Boettcher, and Amanda Berlin (Weekly)
A weekly discussion of current infosec topics and events
Covers concepts that aspiring Information Security Professionals need to know, or refresh the memories of the seasoned veterans. https://www.brakeingsecurity.com/
Down the Security Rabbit Hole - Rafal Los (Weekly)
A weekly interview based podcast discussing various challenges of implementing infosec http://podcast.wh1t3rabbit.net/
Security Weekly Podcast Network - Network of shows with various hosts
A collection of podcasts including: Paul's Security Weekly, Enterprise Security Weekly, Business Security Weekly, Application Security Weekly, Security & Compliance Weekly, Security Weekly News, Tradecraft Security Weekly, & Secure Digital Life. Interesting and diverse discussions.
Warning: Discussions sometimes promote the consumption of alcohol and smoking cigars
These podcasts are long https://securityweekly.com/
Hosted by JWP on 2021-05-12 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license. Tags:Tablet, phone, desktop, windows, pine64, pinetime.
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None of us is as smart as all of us
Ken H. Blanchard
At the core of our philosophy is the notion that PINE64 is a community platform. A simplistic point of view, often offered up and referenced online, is that ‘PINE64 does hardware while the community does the software’. While this depiction is not inaccurate, it is also a gross oversimplification. The fact that PINE64 is community driven doesn’t simply entail a one-way reliance on the community or partner projects for software support; it means that the community gets to actively shape the devices, as well as the social platform, of PINE64 from the ground up. The goal is to deliver ARM64 devices that you really wish to engage with and a platform that you want to be a part of. As such, the community – PINE64 – and the company PINE Microsystems Inc. are interlocked and intertwined, but separate entities.
What does it mean in practice then? It means that we usually announce what we’re working on well ahead of the shipping date – many months before a device is released – so that you have plenty of time to request product features, suggest changes, ask for/make changes to documentation, etc. before the first iteration of the device rolls of the factory line. It also means that the hardware developments – successes and failures alike – are all in the open. You can follow the process on our forum, the IRC, Discord, Matrix, Telegram the online conversations log and, in some instances, on our partner projects forums. But it also means that anyone who is a part of the community gets to shape anything related to the PINE64 project – including the Wiki or this website – and so, software development is only one area where you can contribute your time and skill. In return for time investment, the community gets fair priced devices that developers wish to spend their time on.
Last, but not least, is our belief in supporting existing SoCs for long periods of time as well as actively developing new devices based on those SOCs. What does this mean for developers then? It means that a developer can start developing software on a PINE64 SBC and, in time, support multiple devices with relative ease. This device convergence is, at the time of writing, most pronounced on the Allwinner A64 SOC used in a number of our devices including the: PINE64-LTS, SOPine, Pinebook and Pinetab. That said, similar convergence is also planned for the Rockchip RK3399, currently used on the RockPro64 and in the Pinebook Pro.
You can always find us in the chats or the forum, so if you have any further questions make sure to drop by and ask about how the PINE64 project actually works.
The first in a series of episodes concerning recording and audio quality. For this episode I focus on the beginning of the signal chain, the microphone. Tips on choosing a microphone, and how to use it to get the sound you want.
We apply our knowledge of Layer Masks to create a project.
Hosted by Ahuka on 2021-05-07 is flagged as Clean and released under a CC-BY-SA license. Tags:GIMP, Layers, Layer Masks.
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This tutorial has us applying our knowledge of Layer Masks in combination with some other tools to make an image. We start with a photograph, and transform it into something very different, as a way to practice our GIMP skills.
In this episode, our two ageing heroes host an eclectic panel of kernel
contributors of a small, mostly unknown operating system called "Linux".
The panelists hail from all over the planet (sadly, no money or love would
buy Richard's or Linus' way onto that panel :-) but the discussion proves
more than interesting regardless of these uber-nerds being absent. All
will be revealed including the true age of Linux, one of Chris' secret
obsessions (hint: it's not software bugs), Linus Torvald's thought process
and evolution as such. Never mind Linux's second future high-level
programming language... Plus: a philosophical discussion of the social
impact of insulting from a pan-cultural perspective. Don't miss out on
Part two in the For the Love of Data series. Enigma covers part 2 of Pandas
The following topics are discussed
1) Another way to apply a condition to a field
2) Creating a DataFrame from a dictionary
3) Appending a data frame with another DataFrame
4) Joining DataFrames with merge and join
5) Writing an output to csv
Released: 2021-04-22. Duration: 01:07:03. Flag: Explicit. Series:Linux Inlaws. Tags:Policitians, artificial intelligence, deep learning, convolutions.
Part 1 of a miniseries on AI, ML, DL and other fun
Released: 2021-04-20. Duration: 00:16:55. Flag: Clean. Tags:open source, free software, communal software, cooperative technology, politics, philosophy.
If open source misses the point of free software philosophy, what point is free software missing?
Released: 2021-04-08. Duration: 00:56:57. Flag: Explicit. Series:Linux Inlaws. Tags:Probabilistic data structures,PDS.
The two chaps discuss uncertainties and beyond in this episode on probabilistic data structure
Released: 2021-03-25. Duration: 00:49:45. Flag: Explicit. Series:Linux Inlaws. Tags:Linux Security Modules, DAC, MAC, AppArmor, SELinux, Plan 9.
Ever wanted to know about AppArmor and SELinux? Then this is your show!
Released: 2021-03-11. Duration: 00:32:13. Flag: Explicit. Tags:NextCloud, Raspbian, Apache, mariadb, PHP, myphpadmin, wireguard, DNS Rebind, magicmirror2.
A private NextCloud instance on a Pi 4x8, with lets encrypt and wireguard vpn access
Released: 2021-03-10. Duration: 01:00:28. Flag: Explicit. Series:Linux Inlaws. Tags:OAPs, old coders, senior citizens, Bitterfeld, communism.
Our heroes host an episode with an eclectic duo (not Waldorf or Statler)