Last night Peter Bayer from Combitech held a talk on Application Security for a Network I’m affiliated with called Webworkers.
Peter is an experienced Technical Security Adviser that apart from doing vulnerability assessments, penetration tests and IT forensics also teaches application security on security courses. Right now Peter is writing a chapter about secure programming in a Swedish security book that will be published during the spring of 2009.
On World Usability Day on 13 of November we gathered a bunch of people to put focus on usability. The event which we called A nice cup of coffee on Usability Day, was held at my former employer, Visma Spcs office in Växjö. Chris Jangelöv was host for the event.
Here’s some pictures taken by from the event along with some comments. The pictures are taken by Ola Karlsson. Thanks a lot Ola!
This Thursday (November 13) is World Usability Day. It’s an event that takes place at different locations around the globe each year to put the spotlight on usability in our daily lives.
Here in Växjö, Sweden we’re going to celebrate this with a get together where I’m going to talk a little about usability in general and a few others are going to talk about specific usability problems and solutions. Other than that we’re just going to have a nice cup of coffee, some cookies and a nice chat. The event takes place at Visma Spcs at 15.00 and will last for about one and a half hour.
If you’re in the area and are interested in participating, sign up by leaving a comment or by contacting me through this blog’s contact page. It’s completely free of charge but you have to let us know in advance that you’re coming.