“The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world that he didn’t exist.” As cyber security professionals, how are we supposed to identify a new threat if we have not changed our overall mindset?
GDG DevFests are Google sponsored events tailored for local Developer communities. They’re fun and adventurous places where local developers come together for code examples, professional presentations, hands on code labs, prizes, swag, and more. As with ABQ GDG’s Startup Weekend Bootcamp, all people are welcome from novice first timers, to seasoned developers.
How do organizations successfully innovate year after year? How does an organization develop a culture of innovation? Do you feel like your attempts to bring innovation get bogged down or fail miserably? Join us to discuss ways to help your organization become more successful at building a culture of innovation and continuous improvement using the Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence.
Complex electronics are present in every facet of our lives. How safe are they in the face of concerted efforts by pirates and cyber attackers? Should we be worried about the security of our electronic infrastructure? In this presentation, Mike Strizich will show real examples of how hard (or easy) it might be for our electronics infrastructure to be compromised by hackers and cyber pirates.
ABQ Web Geeks meet the third Wednesday of each month at a bar/restaurant for happy hour and good conversation. If you’re a developer, designer or otherwise working in web, mobile, software or tech, we’d be glad to see you.