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Martin Baricevic
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Attended Arizona State University
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I just reclaimed 60GB's of hard drive space by axing my hibernate file and pagefile. Crazy. (Windows still takes up 30GB's on it's own though; so that's a thing...)
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My qualm is that there's no discussion pertaining to how the author achieved this feat.
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Hey, I'd be happy to address that question! What are your specific inquiries?
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I feel like I can relate to this in more ways than one. 
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I'll admit, it's actually a rather long video but powerfully fascinating if you find the time.
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The final analysis of Stuxnet by Ralph Lagner.

The report is full of new information, including rebuke of the theory that the malware escaped from Natanz due to a programming error.

The link below is an abridged version for Foreign Policy magazine; the full PDF (36 pages) is here: http://www.langner.com/en/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/To-kill-a-centrifuge.pdf
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"Speculations about the attackers’ considerations to stop the campaign only to get overruled by a presidential
decision to keep going miss a critical point: The attackers simply lacked the technical capability to call the
attack off."

"For infected engineering systems (the computers that are used to configure the industrial controllers), with or
without the ability to connect to the CC servers, there is no logic implemented in the malware which could
actively disable the malicious code on infected controllers. This could only have been achieved by forcing
exhaustive controller re-configuration with legitimate code only, but that was out of the reach for the attackers
– short of a friendly phone call to Natanz or Tehran, telling control system engineers to do just that. All one
would have needed to do is make sure that the computers used for re-configuration were clean, which didn’t
even afford sophisticated anti-virus software but could be done simply by checking for the presence of a
malicious file (s7otbxsx.dll) by a simple filename search, using nothing but software tools (Explorer) available as
part of the operating system." (Langner's report p. 18)
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Alex Jones gives the perfect description of Googlers at about 3:15.  Google story starts at 1:50.

#nailedit  
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I share your concern. /facepalm
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The Coil Gun I put together during Senior year of High School while participating in ASU's Dual Enrollment program.

http://www.ahwatukee.com/education/article_8553ea10-1344-5297-9814-3e9594f15a77.html?mode=story
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I'd just like to note how young +Arjun Vinze  looks in that article
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Functional programming combines the flexibility and power of abstract mathematics with the intuitive clarity of abstract mathematics.

#Clojure
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In further news, I saw someone sporting themselves some Google Glass today for the first time ever. Hello future, your technology called. 
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Do'er of computational things.
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Abstract and/or Theoretical thinking; Software Development; Silly Math, etc.
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  • AFS-Controls
    President & Owner, 2012 - present
  • Arizona Facility Services
    Data Center Administrator, 2010 - present
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Phoenix - Tucson - Scottsdale - Posedarje
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Computational Intelligence Abstractionist
Introduction
I'm a problem solver. There is nothing I enjoy more than taking an interesting problem and analyzing, deciphering, decomposing, re-composing, and just generally tinkering until all the pieces elegantly fall into place.

This also tends to mean that I'm an autodidact. If I don't understand it, I'll study it until I do.

I also really like the JVM; no like seriously... This means I use Java (obviously), GWT, and Clojure to get things done.
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3rd Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo
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  • Arizona State University
    Computational Mathematical Sciences, 2010 - 2013
  • University of Arizona
    Electrical and Computer Engineering, 2008 - 2010
  • Desert Vista High School
    2004 - 2008
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