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  • Courses for 4th year (evanjones.ca)
    Lab ECE428 W Computer Networks and Security TCP IP etc ECE429 W Computer Structures ECE413 S Digital Signal Processing Second string ECE418 S Communications Networks Ethernet ATM etc ECE454 S Distributed and Network Computing ECE437 W Integrated VLSI Systems CSEs Credit Received A 1 1 Impact STV 100 Introduction B 1 1 Engineering Economics MSCI 261 Managerial and Engineering Economics 1 C 1 2 Humanities and Social Sciences ECON 102

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  • You know you are turning into an adult when ... (evanjones.ca)
    dad are into the same music You say to your friends Why don t we get together for dinner You drink wine frequently You look at a poster in a clothing store and think to yourself that model is really

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  • Books: Hacker's Challenge 2 (evanjones.ca)
    that present a series of real world security scenarios and their solutions For each scenario information is given clues are presented and questions are asked of the reader Turning to the back of the book reveals what really happened along with suggestions and tips for how to respond to and possibly even prevent each presented attack The solutions are well presented and thorough covering not just what happened in the

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  • Books: Test-Driven Development by Example (evanjones.ca)
    20 11 20 Test Driven Development by Example by Kent Beck Kent Beck author of the original Extreme Programming book explains in detail how to turn your development world upside

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  • Data Emergence (evanjones.ca)
    More Data Links and Serendipitous Web stuff John Udell says For many years I ve been preoccupied with how to empower people to work together more productively It really does

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  • "Computers are useless. They can only give answers" - Pablo Picasso (evanjones.ca)
    like it because it is a great use of juxtaposition The second half Computers can only give answers seems at first glance to be the opposite of Computers are useless since answers are normally quite useful It could be said that Picasso is just paraphrasing another famous quote attributed to Lady Ada Byron where she says in effect that computers can only do what humans tell them to do However by saying that they give answers Picasso suggests that maybe computers can do more than we expect Currently computers are not creative They are as of right now simply tools which can be used to communicate create art or make things work I do not however say that computers will never be creative or intelligent I believe that it may be possible However Picasso does not exclude this possibility since after all isn t intelligence or creativity simply an answer if we know the right question Another interesting interpretation of the quote is not related to computers at all Pablo Picasso could be saying that it isn t the answers which are important or which are hard Answers could be seen as being relatively easy once you know the question

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  • The Serendipitous Web (evanjones.ca)
    value to that particular page not because they contribute to Google s database of authority Blogrolls are a notable exception The links just happen to work extremely well for measuring authority as well and the rest is history This isn t the Semantic Web it s the Serendipitous Web And I think in the long run in a world full of lazy humans serendipity is the only kind of semantic

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  • More "intertwingly" search engines (evanjones.ca)
    for all of 5 minutes and I don t think it does what I want It seems to be quite manual whereas I believe that software to do this needs to be 100 unguided and automatic I shouldn t have to hand feed it that s just too hard So it s no Google for the desktop yet I suppose I should feel good about myself since I had this

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