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Brian Kidney
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Father, Software Engineer, Amateur Photographer and Gadget Nut
Father, Software Engineer, Amateur Photographer and Gadget Nut

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A completely non-technical talk from Kent Beck on being uncomfortable at work and how to deal with it. There are a lot of take aways here for people at any point in their career.
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Another example why security always needs to be a consideration.
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Sounds awesome! Hey Mun Engineering...
The MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) built a robot garden using LEDs and origami robots to show young students that coding and a career in STEM can be exciting. The system is managed by a tablet or Bluetooth device, which is used to give light or movement commands to any one of the garden’s 16 Arduino-controlled tiles. http://bit.ly/1zqGDiH*
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Yet again the supplied OS on a machine should always be treated with suspicion. You don't need sinister foreign agencies, just plain straight forward monetary incentives.


http://arstechnica.com/security/2015/02/lenovo-pcs-ship-with-man-in-the-middle-adware-that-breaks-https-connections/
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If there is a bug someone will find it...
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A good presentation on how to go about using some of the new features of C++. And if you are not familiar with said features it gives you a glimpse of how they can really clean up your code.
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This looks pretty interesting.
Daniele will lead an inspiring discussion about his robotic projects and demonstrate three robots.

Free public event. Seating is limited. To register contact Kelly at knoseworthy@bricks4kidz.com or (709) 728-4489
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