PyCon 2016 in Portland, Or
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Drew Fisher

Drew Fisher is a technology enthusiast who cares deeply about usability, security, and agency. He earned his M.S. in computer science at U.C. Berkeley where he showed that people make rational choices about sharing personal information when given appropriate tools. He helped reverse-engineer drivers for the Kinect when it was first released, and built usable, secure self-hosted collaboration tools for enterprises at AeroFS. Now, he now works at Sandstorm building a radically simpler way to run servers and Free Software. In his free time, he loves solving and writing puzzlehunts, playing board games, tinkering with hardware, and eating delicious foods.


Designing secure systems with Object-Capabilities, Python, and Cap'n Proto

Monday 12:10 p.m.–12:40 p.m. in Portland Ballroom 252–253