[Project] AWS-Card-Spotter – Terraform deployment

tl;dr – this project can now be deployed automatically with a Terraform script Last project update, I introduced my project to leverage AWS resource to identify if pictures uploaded to an S3 bucket might contain images of credit cards, and in turn need special handling under an organisation’s PCI DSS processes. And it worked! But […]

echo "fat" | sed s/a/i

I’m a geek (no surprises there), and thanks to too many hours hunched of the keyboard in the dark coding away into the small hours I’ve come to resemble the stereotype; overweight, four-eyed and (preferably) in black. I always assumed that this was me, and was happy with that; but towards the end of last summer there appeared to be an increase in geeks and hacker-types pushing to get fitter: Hackerrun came and went, and a couple of my clients participated in a local 10k run. So I thought I’d see what all the fuss was about and join in.

Random 419

I want to say thank you to everyone who has supported this site and blog, but it is closing down as I am now rich thanks to the Central Bank of Nigeria. No, seriously, they sent me an email and everything….
Okay, maybe not, but it’s a while since I’ve seen a 419 (advance fee fraud) slip through to my inbox so thought I’d share. Originally I hand planned to critique different parts of the email, but I still can’t believe people fall for these so instead I’ll just share the ‘wealth’ for all.