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SJS1 Inaugural Podcast - Grassroots Coaching Education with Beau Morki

posted on November 12, 2021 | tags: [ sjs1 ]
SJS1 Youtube

SJS1 is a new media platform for South Jersey sports. I hosted the inaugural The SJS1 Podcast with Keith Rambo, Dave Debreceni and our guest Beau Morki, US Club Soccer Coach Licensing Technical Lead

Cyber Security Month Presentation - DAMA Philadelphia

posted on October 27, 2021 | tags: [ owasp, privacy, dama ]
Zoom Presenters

I presented the OWASP Top 10 Privacy Risks project to DAMA Philadelphia for their Cyber Security Month event.

Why do we need all of this data? OWASP Privacy Risks - P-10

posted on October 20, 2021 | tags: [ owasp, privacy ]
Trawler with illegal catch

P-10 Collection of data not required for the user-consented purpose and the "Lean Data Commitment".

Empower our users, they own their data. OWASP Privacy Risks - P-9

posted on October 20, 2021 | tags: [ owasp, privacy ]
Jail

P-9 "Inability of users to access and modify data" identifies data lockin by organizations as a privacy risk.

Actualization - October 2021 Theme

posted on October 1, 2021 | tags: [ agile, planning ]
Samhain

October 2021, "Actualization". I picked the theme "actualization" to drive my activities and decisions to realize something tangible, measurable.

Week 39 Retrospective & Week 40 Outlook 2021

posted on September 26, 2021 | tags: [ agile, planning ]
Engine Block

Week 39 improved, back to school, work opportunities and a forward looking week for me.

Week 38 Retrospective & Week 39 Outlook 2021

posted on September 18, 2021 | tags: [ agile, planning ]
Inspiration4

38 was a tough week, blog post looking back, looking forward - a capture of my notables for Week 38 and plans for Week 39 in 2021.

September Monthly Focus - 3 Wins

posted on September 1, 2021 | tags: [ agile, planning ]
planner

September 2021, "Habitualization". Monthly, weekly, daily notes, 3 wins and looking forward.

ETL with Python and Pandas for Soccer Scheduling

posted on August 29, 2021 | tags: [ data science, soccer, python ]
soccer field

Moving SJSL to the new GotSport platform for scheduling required a solution to ETL data to the Arbiter platform for referees