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Train like a jockey: The boot camp producing winners

Train like a jockey: The boot camp producing winners | Education Tech Test | Scoop.it
“ Jockeys may rely on real live horsepower to help them reach the winning post but they still train like athletes.”
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The Official Arduino Robot - I Programmer - iProgrammer

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“ The Official Arduino Robot - I Programmer iProgrammer The new Arduino robot looks a bit like a robot vacuum cleaner, but it has a lot more going for it and it certainly doesn't suck - well not unless you add an air pump to it.”
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Google to encrypt Cloud Storage data by default | NetworkWorld.com

Google to encrypt Cloud Storage data by default | NetworkWorld.com | Education Tech Test | Scoop.it
Google said Thursday it will by default encrypt data warehoused in its Cloud Storage service.The server-side encryption is now active for all new data written to Cloud Storage, and older data will be encrypted in the coming months, wrote Dave Barth, a Google product manager, in a blog post."If you require encryption for your data, this functionality frees you from the hassle and risk of managing your own encryption and decryption keys," Barth wrote. "We manage the cryptographic keys on your behalf using the same hardened key management systems that Google uses for our own encrypted data, including strict key access controls and auditing."The data and metadata around an object stored in Cloud Storage is encrypted with a unique key using 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard algorithm, and the "per-object key itself is encrypted with a unique key associated with the object owner," Barth wrote."These keys are additionally encrypted by one of a regularly rotated set of master keys," he wrote. "Of course, if you prefer to manage your own keys then you can still encrypt data yourself prior to writing it to Cloud Storage."Data collection programs revealed by former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden have raised questions about U.S. government data requests made to Internet companies such as Google for national security investigations.A Google spokeswoman said via email the company does not provide encryption keys to any government and provides user data only in accordance with the law.Click headline to read more--
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