Appearances must be important to you if youre thinking about snagging one of these jewels, because itll cost you $1199, a far cry from the $300 price of Dells other 22" 1680x1050 LCDs, which display lower contrast and fewer colors. But then, buyers of this limited-edition monitor arent going to be bargain hunters, anyway.
When I first learned C programming the idea that I had to manage my applications use of memory gave me an intense dislike of the language. To this day I refuse to write anything in C., Of course, I use other “C syntax” languages such as Perl and PHP which in the end are written in that language so I am just a guilty as any C programmer to contributing to the spread of software riddled with security faults.
Which is why I read the writings of security professionals such as Christofer Hoff. I have been reading the “Rational Security” blog only for a short time but in that time I have come to respect this writer thinking. I have often asked myself similar questions about information security.
I have thinking about titles a lot recently after reading Guy Kawasaki's LinkedIn Profile Extreme Makeover. I am not a student of marketing, I have never take any formal training but I feel that I do a lot of "selling" for my IT projects especially now in times of severy limiting IT budgets. After reading Guy's posting I decided to make over my LinkedIn profile and I started thinking about what sort of title to put in my profile. I decided that the one my employer gave me failed to convey the value of experiences, expertise and aspirations.
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So here's my slash title: Information Security Professional/Web Developer/Blogger. Does it fit?