Today I gave a talk at TAPPS (the Toronto Association of Police and Private Security), tilted How safe is your data? Here are the slides on SlideShare.
Here are some of the sources cited in the presentation:
I have also used the following videos:
and the presentation included this video that I did not show:
Also, I would like to point out that for the presentation slides I used the the Google Go present package. It runs a web server that presents slide and article files from the current directory. It may be run as a stand-alone command or an App Engine app. The stand-alone version permits the execution of programs from within a presentation. I have written some more about it in post 448.
I came across Google Go when I was teaching concurrency last year (SE3BB4). I really liked the related GoDocs package present.
Present displays slide presentations and articles. It runs a web server that presents slide and article files from the current directory. It may be run as a stand-alone command or an App Engine app. The stand-alone version permits the execution of programs from within a presentation.
Google’s Go language project, which runs at C-like speeds but allows for the dynamic development usually reserved for languages like Python, is about to enter its 1.3 revision, with a first beta soon to be made available.
The first set of major improvements to Go 1.3 involve the linker and compiler, both significantly reworked to allow programs — especially larger ones — to compile more quickly. Google has touted Go as a way to build large distributed applications, so having less of a bottleneck on the compiler side is a boon.
via Go 1.3’s first beta promises a sleeker, faster language | Application development – InfoWorld.