Yesterday I did a talk for the /dev/summer /dev/summer event called "Security Is Hard - I Need A Cheatsheet". I had a huge amount to cram in 45 minutes. So much was left on the editing room floor as well.

I've uploaded the talk to My Github repository - securitytalk2014 with both keynote bundle format and a full PDF export of presenter notes as well as slides.

If anyone wants to chat to me about the talk you can get me on Twitter as @garrybodsworth (or the email address in the presentation).


DJUGL Talk - The Trojan Unicorn

Sun 13 July 2014 by Garry Bodsworth

Earlier this year I gave a lighting talk at DJUGL called The Trojan Unicorn, with a brief overview of how you can get Django working well in the (Windows) enterprise.

I've put it in my Github repository - djugltalk2014

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Back at Bromium

Sun 13 July 2014 by Garry Bodsworth

Well, I've been back for six months already...

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RSS Feed Moved To http://www.fragmentedmemory.com/feed/

Sat 22 June 2013 by Garry Bodsworth

The canonical RSS feed for this blog has now moved to http://www.fragmentedmemory.com/feed/. I was reusing the Feedburners from my previous blogs, but this is now going to be a permanent redirect to the feed URL hosted by this blog only, and should carry on working. I ...

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New Location & New Blog Engine & Old Content Restored

Tue 18 June 2013 by Garry Bodsworth

For a new job, a spring clean. The blog has been renamed Fragmented Memory with its own domain.

This blog used to be on Blogger and then self-hosted Wordpress and then back to Blogger. In my laziness about renewing the self-hosted solution I lost most of the content, then I ...

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Joining Microsoft

Thu 13 June 2013 by Garry Bodsworth

This is a weird thing I never thought I would write in my career, but I'm joining Microsoft.  There is a new games studio called Lift London and I knew someone working there.  So my CV (well, Stack Overflow Careers profile) winged its way to their desks, and before ...

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Leaving Bromium

Thu 13 June 2013 by Garry Bodsworth

Yesterday was my last day at Bromium.

I joined when the UK office was a little one on Castle Park, Cambridge.  I've now seen it expand to over 30 people of the highest calibre.

As a parting gift to the office I sourced a couple of rare games for ...

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Philip Su - Engineering Process And Philosophy At Facebook

Tue 05 March 2013 by Garry Bodsworth

Last week I was representing Bromium at the Hacker News London event, and there was an excellent talk by Philip Su from Facebook's London office.  It was about the engineering culture at Facebook and how they have kept it working up to their current 1000 engineers.  Whatever you think ...

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More Creator-Owned Comics - Genocide: Duostar

Tue 05 March 2013 by Garry Bodsworth

Before I gave up drawing around 17/18 (nearly 18 years ago) I was working on a strip that I was hoping to be published in a new Lee Davies (he of the old UK fanzine Mondo) publication.  So I came up with a whole series bible and a set ...

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Creator Owned Day - Science Park - The Comic!

Tue 05 March 2013 by Garry Bodsworth

Creator Owned Day was started by Stephen Downey here and its primary purpose is for creators to start new ideas and not simply dream of working on corporate owned comics.  You can follow it by on Twitter @CreatorOwnedDay or the hashtag #CreatorOwnedDay.  Also check out the great list of creator ...

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Estimating Development Time?

Sun 30 September 2012 by Garry Bodsworth
It has been a crazy week where at the beginning nothing existed and on Friday the project was demoed live with all the functionality working.  In this compressed five day lifecycle it brought into sharp clarity  many aspects of software development.  I've always been able to estimate project length ...
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Bromium Man

Fri 22 June 2012 by Garry Bodsworth

The whiteboard scribble I did to celebrate getting out of stealth.

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Bromium - Out Of Stealth

Thu 21 June 2012 by Garry Bodsworth

Yesterday Bromium (the company, not what the product will be) came out of stealth mode.  This was a very exciting time around the office because we can give a bit more context on what we've been secretly working away on.

During the proceeding months before this release of information ...

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Bromium - T-Minus Four Days

Sat 16 June 2012 by Garry Bodsworth

At the beginning of this year I started my new role at a stealth start-up called Bromium.  What can be said about it is we are building a next generation virtualisation product for security.  The exciting thing is that we are now only four days away from the public announcement ...

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The real important feature of C++

Mon 09 April 2012 by Garry Bodsworth

I've been having to write a lot of C code recently, and it makes me pine for some features of C++ because of the verbosity of some portions of code. It made me consider what really changes the way you code in C++ on comparison to C.

 

There are ...

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Allwinner A10 - open-source ARM

Tue 03 April 2012 by Garry Bodsworth

Developing on ARM is a minefield.  Each platform is different (even if they look the same) and you are lucky if any of the software is not covered by NDA or some prohibitive SDK cost for experimentation.

People have obviously heard of the Raspberry Pi but mid-to-lat 2011 there was ...

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Camvine - The Highs And Lows

Wed 28 March 2012 by Garry Bodsworth

These are some other random highs and lows from the Camvine experience, lifting the veil on some bits and pieces.

What would I have rather have done with those three-and-a-half years?  Nothing else.  It'll be in my blood for a while longer.

HIGH

We did the Cambridge Tech Demo ...

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Camvine - An Obituary - From Start-Up To Stop In Four Years

Tue 27 March 2012 by Garry Bodsworth

Maybe I could also call this "what was i doing for the last three-and-a-half years?"  Today could really be described as the final day of Camvine's existence, even though I left at the end of December (something I would rather not have done, I'll explain later) this is ...

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New Github Repo - polipo on Microsoft Visual Studio

Fri 02 March 2012 by Garry Bodsworth

Today I've just uploaded a fork of polipo to my Github account.  it is a caching proxy server which works really well with a tiny amount of resources. It is primarily driven by Unix development so it has a version that works on Cygwin and a version that is ...

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Boogie Board Rip - Review

Wed 16 November 2011 by Garry Bodsworth

Perhaps I should have titled it "The Tale Of Two Tablets".  A few months ago I picked up myself and Asus Eee Note, the main selling point to me was the integrated Wacom digitiser making me believe this could be a useful sketching device.  Unfortunately the software on it was ...

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