Four university students, competing as ByteMe, have won the first prize in the Secur'IT Cup, an annual hacking competition jointly organised by security outfit Kaspersky and Hackathons Australia.
The NBN Co's new corporate plan has not attracted much scrutiny, probably due to the fact that the Morrison Government has now announced it will make the network mostly fibre. That has been the debating point all these years: the multi-technology mix network championed by the Coalition, versus the 93% fibre rollout advanced by Labor.
Global data and analytics provider Servian has been selected by RMIT University to develop and deliver what is claimed as the first in-classroom university DevOps course in Australia.
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Noise and latency. Wifi and wireless junk will do that.
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