I've also got some strong opinions about information security, and actually wrote No Script, a little piece of software which is said to make safer one of the already safest web browsers, Mozilla Firefox. I was born in 1972 and have been enjoying computer programming since my unforgettable dad - an electronic engineer - gave me a Commodore 64 as my 11th birthday present (yeah, more than 20 years of happy programming). After a while need for speed pushed me to 6502 assembly. Then I've been coding in C , Rexx, Bash, until I discovered the Web with HTML, Java Script and Perl.
At least I've fallen in love with Java and started my own company, not before having done my homework with Visual Basic, SQL and even Cobol/CICS.
PC World editors have kindly mentioned the usefulness of No Script many times, and they included it in their "The 100 Best Products of the Year" 2006 list.
I guess it's the only Italian item there ;) That's (almost) all.
INGREDIENTS: ISODODECANE ; DIMETHICONE ; TRIMETHYLSILOXYSILICATE ; MICA ; POLYBUTENE ; PETROLATUM ; CYCLOHEXASILOXANE ; KAOLIN ; DISTEARDIMONIUM HECTORITE ; CERA ALBA (BEESWAX) ; SILICA DIMETHYL SILYLATE ; AROMA (FLAVOR) ; GLYCERYL BEHENATE/EICOSADIOATE ; PROPYLENE CARBONATE ; TOCOPHEROL ; PERSEA GRATISSIMA OIL (PERSEA GRATISSIMA (AVOCADO) OIL) ; CYCLOPENTASILOXANE ; BENZYL ALCOHOL.
[ /-: CI 15850 (RED 6) ; CI 15850 (RED 7 LAKE) ; CI 19140 (YELLOW 5 LAKE) ; CI 42090 (BLUE 1 LAKE) ; CI 45380 (RED 22 LAKE) ; CI 45410 (RED 28 LAKE) ; CI 77491 ; CI 77492 (IRON OXIDES) ; CI 77891(TITANIUM DIOXIDE)] .
We're loving the boho chic aesthetic of this mini which is from Parisian label Isabel Marant.
Jesse will portray Lenny Shepherd opposite Dakota Fanning's Esther Greenwood in the movie, which also features Oscar winner Patricia Arquette, which has yet to set a release date.A web server running inside a web browser, I guess I should claim a patent over it!Another well known Firefox addon I wrote is No Script, a whitelist-based security tool which basically disables all the executable web content (Java Script and Java by default, but also Flash and other plugins on demand) and lets the user choose on the fly, with a single click, the "trusted sites" where these potentially dangerous technologies are allowed.I've been teaching Web Programming at the University of Palermo for some years, until I found myself not patient enough to be a good mentor, so I left to develop full time.When I'm not developing data crunching enterprise class monsters, or what the marketing guys call "Business Logic", I relax with some network programming.