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Steve VanderLeest
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COO at DornerWorks, Blog on Technology and Christian faith; develop educational geography puzzle apps at squishLogic
COO at DornerWorks, Blog on Technology and Christian faith; develop educational geography puzzle apps at squishLogic

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Updated USA geography maps, printables, activities, word search, quizzes, teaching lessons, latitude-longitude maps, coordinate maps, flashcards, and more. http://www.squishlogic.com/JigsawGeo/United_States/

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Flags of Asia. A free printable geography quiz.
http://www.squishlogic.com/JigsawGeo/Asia/

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Coloring map of the continent of Asia. Free printable geography pages covering all the countries of Asia, including Russia, China, India, Japan, and many more.
http://www.squishlogic.com/JigsawGeo/Asia/

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The 2017 Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC) is shaping up to have a lot of great content. I have the privilege to serve as the co-chair of the Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) track, so I'm getting an early preview of some of the great papers. Registration is open now, and early bird prices are good through August 7. And if that's not enough to lure you to the conference, the venue is rather attractive as well: St. Petersburg, FL.

http://2017.dasconline.org

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Assurance, isolation, monitoring are the three aspects of trust engineering: “a design element adds assurance to the system if it increases the likelihood of correct behavior, that it contributes isolation if it limits the effects of improper behavior, and that it provides monitoring if it detects improper behavior.” (Alexander, Susan D. "Trust engineering: rejecting the tyranny of the weakest link." Proceedings of the 28th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference. ACM, 2012, p. 146)

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DornerWorks has three entries in the 2017 Innovation issue of Embedded Computing Design.

(1) Our super high bandwidth AES encryption is on pg. 34. Need multiple channels of secure HD video or other high-speed I/O? This will do the job.
(2) Just like Linux didn't become popular with business until Red Hat provided reliable, contractual support, DornerWorks now provides the Xen Zynq Distribution so that businesses can have the confidence to use the open source Xen, with support from us. (pg. 34)
(3) Our NXP i.MX6 System on Module (SOM) is a tiny, tiny circuit board with a ARM-based processor plus some core functionality. This is a great approach for low to mid volume products that need fast time to market. It can also enable a common approach across a product line, reducing overall cost by reusing the core and only developing the new I/O, rather than re-inventing the whole wheel. (pg. 38)

https://issuu.com/opensystemsmedia/docs/ecd.mayjune17_final/34

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The recent publication “Refinement-based Specification and Security Analysis of Separation Kernels” by Zhao, et. al. is a reminder that strict adherence to an informal specification is not always the best policy for safety or security in your product... 
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