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Dave Quigley
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Attended State University of New York at Stony Brook
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Make Lego man costumes using cardboard boxes and cylinders!

http://kids.ideas2live4.com/2015/08/26/lego-man-costume/

It's a simple DIY costume, but one that will surely make your kids say AWESOME!
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Actual technical content! How to use the kernel keyring to enrol keys that are accessible even when using sudo or logging in as root, and why doing so is relevant to rkt.
The Linux kernel keyring is effectively a mechanism to allow shoving blobs of data into the kernel and then setting access controls on them. It's convenient for a couple of reasons: the first is that these blobs are available to the kernel itself (so it can use them for things like NFSv4 ...
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Security: Automate or Die! 
http://assimilationsystems.com/2015/08/17/security-automate-or-die/

Today’s blog post is about the imperative, absolute necessity for automation in cybersecurity. 
Why to automate cybersecurity, what to automate and how to automate cybersecurity - and how the Assimilation Suite can help.
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Warning: Probably one of the saddest things you'll read for a while.

http://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelzarrell/big-bird-made-me-cry#.apzXXlLoX7
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Hey, Dave, We pranked our cryptography professor who worked for NSA, how do I show you the pics?
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The hardest part of getting into work at 4:00 am isn't waking up at 3:00 am. Or showering and getting out the door by 3:30 am. Or even driving to work from my house by 4:00 am. Its leaving the house wishing I could spend the morning with Kathy and the kids instead.
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Awww.
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Slides for my upcoming SELinux talk at the US Naval Academy. Constructive comments are always welcome. 

https://github.com/dpquigl/SELinux-USNA-20150427
SELinux-USNA-20150427 - Slides for my talk at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis
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Assimilation CMDB – evaluating it against DevOps criteria

In a previous blog post, I outlined the characteristics of a CMDB for the DevOps era. In this post I give my somewhat-biased view of how well the Assimilation System Management Suite CMDB meets those needs.

http://assimilationsystems.com/2015/08/31/assimilation-cmdb-versus-devops/
We compare the Assimilation CMDB to modern (DevOps-like) ITSM (system management) needs - scalability, flexibility, openness and more!
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Almost 7 years ago I met a strong, confident, brilliant, and beautiful young woman. From that day on she has changed my life and has made me a better person in every way. Through the years she's taught me many things from how to demo and reconstruct a house to how to be a loving husband and father to three wonderful children. There are many things that I am not good at in life (planning and organizing are a couple of them) and I am grateful that I was able to find a woman that completes me. Since we were married(three years ago to this day) we've grown closer than I could have ever imagined. The long and difficult task of being approved to being foster parents, and being parents to two set of children in the past three years has brought us closer and strengthened our marriage. We've gone through the joys of becoming parents and the pains of the inevitability of foster care which is the eventual loss of the children in our care. Through all of this we've made so many wonderful memories and have grown emotionally, intellectually and spiritually. If you had told me 6 years ago when I first met Kathy that we'd be living where we are, with three children, three dogs, and have gone through all we have I'm not sure I would have believed you. However, knowing everything I know now I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. The first three years have been wonderful, I am truly blessed, and I am very much looking forward to what the next 55+ years will bring.

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Happy Anniversary, Dave & Kathy!
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LOVE it! It perfectly explains my life 😀 We're actually thinking of a third to work as our snitch when the older 2 turn all secretive about stuff 😀. Comment ¬ Cancel reply. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *. *NAME. *EMAIL — Get a Gravatar. Website URL ...
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Over the last few years, I've released a couple of indie games which have featured pixel art processed through a CRT simulation shader. I've been asked on occasion how this process works, whether it could be adapted to other software like emulators or popular game engines, why I prefer that ...
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Slides for my upcoming SELinux talk at the US Naval Academy. Constructive comments are always welcome. 

https://github.com/dpquigl/SELinux-USNA-20150427
SELinux-USNA-20150427 - Slides for my talk at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis
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SELinux Ninja & Linux Kernel Developer
Skills
SELinux, Linux Kernel Programming, Systems Programming
Employment
  • National Security Agency
    Defensive Computing Researcher, 2015 - present
  • Keyw Corporation
    Software Engineer, 2011 - 2015
  • National Security Agency
    Defensive Computing Researcher, 2006 - 2011
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I work on SELinux
Bragging rights
Finally after 6 years got Labeled NFS into the Linux Kernel
Education
  • State University of New York at Stony Brook
    B.S. Computer Science, 2000 - 2006
  • State University of New York at Stony Brook
    M.S. Computer Science, 2006 - 2007
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