On February 18, 2012 a bunch of hackers got together and competed in New York City's first Hacker Olympics. A series of 15 challenges pitted individuals and teams head-to-head to discover: Who is the best hacker in New York?
1st Place: Team USA
2nd Place: Ahh
3rd Place: OXCAFEBEEF
1st: Aidan Feldman
2nd: Alex Laties
3rd: Jason Teplitz
How did we get here? As web developers, we are asked to absorb even more information than ever before. More APIs, more documentation, more patterns, more layers of abstraction. Now Twitter and Facebook compete with Email and Texts for our attention, keeping us up-to-date on our friends dietary details and movie attendance second-by-second.
Young people rule the web and are more interested in the news of the last 10 minutes than the news of the last 10 years. Does all this information take a toll on their (and your) psyche or sharpen the saw?
Let's find out how to stop being thought-leaders and start being do-leaders.
SHODAN for Penetration Testers as delivered by Michael "theprez98" Schearer at The Next HOPE on Friday, July 16, 2010. Slides are available at scribd.com/doc/34507835/SHODAN-for-Penetration-Testers-The-Next-HOPE
In this video we show the options for secure customer programming of large numbers of YubiKeys.
How NFC enabled business cards might work with your phone.