My last years in computer science, software architecture, security and working with many different professionals and companies has taught me lots; more than ever.
The older I get, the more I feel I don't really know much, but I'm always trying to get better. And that's key.
For one thing, getting older in life, I found out that observing how people interact with us in the smallest of details ultimately tells us the truth about them.
And most of the time, we don't even know we're sending out this information to people…
For too long software developers and solution providers think building an SSL (HTTPS) based solution is truly secure.
Let me get this off my chest -> SSL/HTTPS communications are only part of the solution!
At a high level, foldable phones are fun. As a kid, I dreamed of having such a device, as I remember watching 2001 and the tablets/phones they had on the spaceship.
But the goal of this post isn’t to talk about who does what better and if this is a good design or not.
This post is about why I think this is good for us, the consumer.
Over the years I've softened up.
And certainly not because my opinions are less frequent, edgy or feeling less compelled to share them, but because I find myself more capable of seeing passed them.
So what's going on then?