It’s been a long few days but I am back from Huntsville, Alabama after attending the inaugural two day event that is DevSpace Technical Conference.
For those of you that don’t know, DevSpace is north Alabama’s premier polyglot technology conference.
I was honored to be selected by the DevSpace team to be a presenter for their first year and give my talk “Passwords Don’t Work! Using Two Factor Authentication To Secure Users”.
I’m honored to announce that I have been selected to speak at the first DevSpace Technical Conference being held this October 9th and 10th, 2015 in Huntsville, Alabama.
I’ve never been to Huntsville but I’m looking very forward to the opportunity to visit. Huntsville is home to NASA’s Marshal Space Flight Center and The United States Army Aviation and Missile Command.
I will be presenting my first conference talk titled “Passwords Don’t Work!
Once again another great CodeStock conference has come and gone.
I managed to drop the cat off at the pet boarder Pet Palace and after a relatively average drive I was in Knoxville, TN by 4pm. I meet up with a few people and we went to a local range, Coal Creek Armory, to exercise our 2nd Amendment rights.
I ended the day with drinks and cigars on the hotel patio.
Another CodeStock has gone and passed and what an event it was! They finally moved from The Pellissippi State Community College out in the boonies of Knoxville, TN to The University of Tennessee Conference Center in downtown Knoxville. Even better the “official” hotel of the event was the Hilton right across the street. Major props to the event organizers for setting this up so well.
I had a nice 7 hour drive from Bowling Green, Ohio to Knoxville and by nice I mean a pain in the butt.
Codestock was a rocking fun time this year. Major props have to go out to Michael C. Neel (@vinull) for once again busting his ass and putting together an impressive conference. Of course let’s not forget the amazing community work that Alan Stevens (@alanstevens) does with the open spaces.
This year was a great conference and it was cool to see it expand to a two day event. This I noticed seems to be a trend.