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tatianamac / tatiana-mac-speaker-rider.md
Last active Oct 20, 2019
Tatiana Mac's Speaker Rider
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Speaker Rider

by Tatiana Mac

Before I'll agree to a speaking event, I try to do as much research I can around the event to ensure it aligns with my ethos. I want to share this in case it's helpful to any other speakers.

👐 Speaking comes with immense privilege. I am grateful to all the conference organisers who have brilliantly hosted me. I would love to continue to exercise this privilege to speak at conferences, and use this privilege to make the landscape more accessible and beneficial to tech's most marginalised and suppressed communities.

😫 I wish I didn't have to, but this is long because I provide a lot of explanations for those of you who never had to consider these things. And I will be honest, most thoughtful conferences I've attended check most of these boxes intrinsically, particularly when conference runners are experienced speakers. They get it.

1️⃣ All of these are based on my own ethos. I don't wish to or attempt to speak on behalf of all conference speake

@jakub-g
jakub-g / double-fetch-triple-fetch.md
Last active Oct 16, 2019
Will it double-fetch? Browser behavior with `module` / `nomodule` scripts
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Hello -

I am currently staying at the David Intercontinental in Tel Aviv, Israel - I'm here on business for 10 days - I'm a web software engineer at Google in Mountain View, California.

While reading a close friend's blog using the hotel wifi (note I am using the paid service), a popup appeared midway down the page asking me to use my room number to "get the latest digital services" from the hotel:

ad

As my friend's blog is hosted in the US, and he's never been to to the David hotel or Israel, for that matter, I thought it was somewhat odd that his website would be asking me anything like this. So, I jumped on my laptop, and visited the page from there with Chrome's developer tools running.

@poteto
poteto / FBGroupMemberRemover.js
Last active Sep 11, 2019
Delete everyone from your Facebook group! Thanks for the dark UX, FB
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class FBGroupMemberRemover {
constructor() {
this.adminText = 'Admin';
this.removeMemberModalHeadingText = 'Remove Member';
this.memberElementSelector = '[data-name="GroupProfileGridItem"]';
this.memberContextMenuSelector = 'button[aria-label="Member Settings"]';
this.removeMemberButtonSelector = 'a[data-testid="leave_group"]'
this.removalOptions = {
@JoeKarlsson
JoeKarlsson / README.md
Created Jul 27, 2016
Lecture on password encryption, hashing, and bcrypt
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How To Safely Store A Password

Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt. Use bcrypt.

Why Not {MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA512, SHA-3, etc}?

These are all general purpose hash functions, designed to calculate a digest of huge amounts of data in as short a time as possible. This means that they are fantastic for ensuring the integrity of data and utterly rubbish for storing passwords.

bcrypt Solves These Problems

How? Basically, it’s slow as hell. It uses a variant of the Blowfish encryption algorithm’s keying schedule, and introduces a work factor, which allows you to determine how expensive the hash function will be.

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