Bob Apthorpe (@arclight) spoke with us about software, nuclear engineering, and improv.
Bob is giving away three books! Send in your guess by October 1, 2016. One entry per person. (More info below.)
Hackaday SuperCon is Nov 5-6, in Pasadena, CA.
Bob's long languishing blog is overscope.cynistar.net.
Peep (The Network Aualizer): Monitoring Your Network with Sound
Safety-I and Safety-II: The Past and Future of Safety Management
Now! The books you may win!
Atomic Accidents by James Mahaffrey, someone who knows the technology and history and does a fantastic job explaining complex failures in an engaging way without resorting to fear-mongering and hyperbole. (Guess Elecia's number for this one.)
Safeware by Nancy Leveson, may be 20 years old, it's still full of amazing insights for delivering safe, reliable systems and ways of looking at the organizational contexts in which these systems are built and used. Even if you aren't developing safety-critical systems, it's a fantastic resource and really thought-provoking. (Guess Christopher's number for this one.)
Every Anxious Wave by Mo Daviau is a novel about rock & roll, time travel, love, loss, and finding things you didn't know you were looking for. Full disclosure: The author is Bob's ex-wife. (Guess Bob's number for this one.)