Geoff Houston is a brilliant engineer - take a few minutes to read his text about the Internet of Things on the APnic blog. You will, as always with Geoff, learn new things.
"If we are heading towards an Internet of hundred billion things over the next five years, then let’s make sure that we remember past mistakes and learn from them. We really need to ensure that its not an Internet of 100 billion stupid things that can be readily co-opted for evil."
Yes, we are working today in Sweden. Somehow we exchanged this bank holiday for a National Day June 6th. Unless June 6th is on a weekend (which is the case this year), then we get the right to take another day off - but not the same for everyone. Life is interesting. I may just take the day off to think about this.
"Having an overall program for HTTP deprecation makes a clear statement to the web community that the time for plaintext is over -- it tells the world that the new web uses HTTPS, so if you want to use new things, you need to provide security." RIchard Barnes - Mozilla wants to move away from a clear text web. #moreCrypto
There's pretty broad agreement that HTTPS is the way forward for the web. In recent months, there have been statements from IETF , IAB , W3C , and even the US Government  calling for universal use of encryption, which in the case of the web means HTTPS.
SIP architect, IPv6 evangelist, Asterisk and Kamailio community member, consultant
Olle is a contributor to Asterisk.org - the Open Source PBX and Kamailio/OpenSER - the Open Source SIP proxy. He's been working with TCP/IP based communication since 1989 and have focused on Open Unified Communication during the last years.
Olle created the dCAP Asterisk certification, the Asterisk trainings (bootcamps) and co-founded Astricon, the Asterisk conference. He teaches both public classes and in-house private trainings and workshops. He has participated as a speaker in many conferences in Europe and in the USA.