I’m angry that we’ve let our country get to this point. I’m also ashamed that my silence in the face of this injustice has let it continue to grow.
I learn things because I’m interested in them. I teach about things because I’m interested in learning more about them. I write about things because I want those around me to be well-informed, in this case about basic security.
Is Apple’s new stance on phone data encryption a good thing or a bad thing? The FBI, at least, thinks it’s bad. I say they’re wrong.
The WordPress community has been abuzz recently about codes of conduct and behavioral standards – particularly at WordCamps. It’s been an interesting conversation, filled with passionate arguments on both sides. Not much progress has been seen at all, though.
Where do we, as software developers, draw the line with releasing new software? Do we build software with the common good in mind and ignore the potential consequences of releasing such tools to the world? Do we hold back potentially groundbreaking achievements because they could be misused by the wrong hands?