Scott Davidoff of CMU gave an interesting presentation today at Ubicomp on a design method for rapidly exploring application design – Speed Dating.
Like many ethnographic studies – theirs uncovered many needs.
Their main finding was that managing kids activities is stressful for dual-income families.
” He had this to say: “…the first 10 seconds of the page visit are critical for users’ decision to stay or leave.
The probability of leaving is very high during these first few seconds because users are extremely skeptical, having suffered countless poorly designed Web pages in the past.
Yet these bug reports are often useful since there are different levels of security concerning any software in general and Redis specifically.
What you can do if you have access to the database, just modify the content of the database itself or compromise the local system where Redis is running?
And even if you didn’t, its rhythmic structure was clear right away, which gave you a sense for where it was going.
In fact, you probably recognized the song after just a couple of seconds.
Product owners sit stationary and the users switch to a new tests every 20 minutes.
Users are entered to win a grand-prize (see below) presented at the end of the event.
How important is a given security layer in a system depends on its security model.