In April of 2018, I discovered a security vulnerability in MedicatConnect,
the software Tufts uses to hold student medical records. The vulnerability
has since been fixed and I was given permission to upload this presentation.
This was a great learning experience for me, and furthered my interest in
security. I’m now a participant in bug bounty programs! (Though currently,
school comes first)
Amazon’s ‘Humans as a Service’ model in Mechanical Turk represents a return to
the origins of computing (as described by Light), rather than an innovative new
form of labor.
Today, Facebook reminded me of a post I made 2 years ago:
For our EXP 0024 class, Melissa, Alex and I coded an AWESOME WEBSITE WEHRE[sic]
YOU TAKE A SURVEY ABOUT WHAT KIND OF COOKIE YOU LIKE AND THEN GET A CUSTOM
RECIPE TO BAKE!
CHECK IT OUT!!!
Disclaimer: it looks like a 4th grader made it… #aesthetic
I am making progress on my astro chart python program. It turns out, my whole
issue in my last blog post, involving the line breaks, is completely moot! Here
is what my solution looks like now:
I am in the process of making a little python program that can be used to grab
an astrological birth chart. It does not actually create the birth chart– my
friend built an Android app for making birth charts, and he said the geometry
sucked. My end goal for this is to write an Alexa skill that allows a user to
say “Alexa, what’s my rising sign?” and Alexa says, “Jimmy, you are a rising
Libra. May God help you.” for Amazon’s little university free Echo promo thing–
so I don’t really feel like dealing with geometry right now. I want something a