Mapping the present and vector based measures

I'm spending the Easter weekend in Berlin but in order to get here I had to go on a journey first. This Involved both trains and planes with various checkpoints in between. There was always a destination in my mind and there was an element of planning required to work out how to get here. … Continue reading Mapping the present and vector based measures

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Attractors in the dating industry

We could approach dating as the problem of whittling down seven billion people to one we want to partner with. The rise of technology has produced new ways of finding this person - from swiping and 'liking' to artificial intelligence algorithms capable of matching based on similarities. In this series of posts I'm going to … Continue reading Attractors in the dating industry

Three terrible responses to the diversity question

Whenever I interview for a new role, I always make sure to quiz the company on it's level of diversity. The response gives great insight into what a company values beyond the work they deliver. Here I want to share the three worst responses I've had recently and why I think diversity in the workplace … Continue reading Three terrible responses to the diversity question

White paper on the secret sharing implementation in Hashicorp’s Vault

Securing a secret, whether it's a password, sensitive information or a cryptographic key, is hard to get right. Hashicorp's Vault attempts to remove the headaches by providing simple APIs no matter what form the storage back-end takes. I have just finished a report which looks into part of the implementation of Vault to show the mechanisms used to protect user's … Continue reading White paper on the secret sharing implementation in Hashicorp’s Vault