If you're going to be in or around Boston tomorrow (Wednesday) night, I hope you'll join me at the Microsoft NERD Center, where I'll be giving my first talk in more than a year and a half.
I'm going to be speaking about the science of human behavior and why perception matters, even if all you care about is something like security. This talk is a lot of fun, because I mostly just talk about stuff that I find really interesting. There are more videos than bullets, and more science than code.
After the talk, I have it on good authority that we'll be enjoying stimulating conversation and drinking good beer.
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Since I've just started, I'm currently only using two sources:
- This not only seems like a good introduction, but it also offers interactive exercises, which I think is going to make a big difference.
- As you can see, I've already gone through some of the courses on Codecademy. The quality seems to be hit or miss, but I like the concept and the platform, and it allows me to dedicate very little time and still feel like I've made some progress.