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Mike Thornley
Works at Manchester City Council
Attended Certified Internet Webmaster
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Bury Software Developer.
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  • Certified Internet Webmaster
    Web Development, 2007 - 2012
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Software Developer
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HTML5, CSS, XML JavaScript, OOPHP5 and MySQL.
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  • Manchester City Council
    Delivery Analyst, 2016 - present
  • Tetrosyl Group.
    Software Developer, 2015 - 2016
  • Cardinal Maritime
    Junior PHP Developer, 2014 - 2015
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Becoming overconfident about the iPhone 7's ability to resist water could be very costly.
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Room2Room
Room sized telepresence project from Microsoft Research uses projection and Kinect, and can contextualise the speakers in fitting places.
http://prostheticknowledge.tumblr.com/post/149898023701/room2room-telepresence-project-from-microsoft
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Extreme. Retiring before actually living. How odd. 
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Back in the day I had one of these in silver and very little worked on it, Inc the central locking!. Lots of fun though. This is a find indeed. 
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Motherboard reports that Dropbox's systems were hacked, and the attackers were able to get away with 68 million usernames and passwords back in 2012.
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Around 65% of the internet's one zettabyte of global traffic uses SSL/TLS encryption -- but Slashdot reader River Tam shares an article recalling last August when 910 million web browsers were potentially exposed to malware hidden in a Yahoo ad that was hidden from firewalls by SSL/TLS encryption: ...
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There's never been a quainter way to tune your ukelele
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Nowhere is the distinction between the haves and have-nots more apparent than when waiting for a flight at the airport. But it turns out you might not need an actual first class ticket to get into a swanky airport lounge—just a custom Android app that spits out a boarding pass-spoofing QR code.
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