Replacing you with a very small shell script
On the web
Another big move, I'm now in Seattle, Washington. Still working in Google's SRE organization, focusing on a different service supporting our Cloud Storage offerings. On the side I'm developing some open source software to make U2F easier for webmasters and application developers to adopt.
January this year I moved from Sydney to New York City to start working with Google as a Site Reliability Engineer.
I am not seeking employment or involvement with any additional projects at this time, but if you want to talk to me about your startup idea, plans to solve web authentication, or army of autonomous robots, feel free to send me an email.
- Fast Object Detection with Foveated Imaging and Virtual Saccades on Resource Limited Robots in proceedings of Australasian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 2011. (Adrian Ratter, David Claridge, Jayen Ashar and Bernhard Hengst)
- Multi-Hypothesis Localisation for the Nao Humanoid Robot in RoboCup SPL. Available online. Submitted as a requirement for the degree Bachelor of Science (Computer Science) Honours, UNSW 2011.
- Generation of Python Interfaces for RoboCup SPL Robots, unpublished. Available online. Submitted as a requirement for the UNSW Taste of Research Summer Scholarship 2010-2011
- RoboCup Standard Platform League - rUNSWift 2010 in proceedings of Australiasian Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2010. Available online. (Jayen Ashar, David Claridge, et al.)
- Hardware and Software for Continuous Monitoring of the Vocalizations of a Cryptic Parrot, in proceedings of Acoustic Communicaiton in Animals Conference, 2008. (Andrew J. Taylor, Elizabeth M. Tasker, David Johnson, Beren Sanders, David Claridge and Tanya C. Strevens)
PGP Public Key
Where'd this go? I had my PGP key pubished on this website for 6 years and not once received a piece of encrypted mail. The reality is, PGP isn't that usable, and most of the mail I receive isn't that sensitive anyway. Instead, if you want to send me mail securely: use Gmail, double-check the domain name in your browser window, check for the packlock icon indicating a trusted TLS certificate and no MITM attack, and keep your browser up to date.