S18:E9 - DevNews: Potential Effects of a Cyberwar Between Russia and Ukraine, a Coding Bootcamp Stands Strong In Afghanistan, and More (Josh Puetz, Jamshid Hashimi, Hector X. Monsegur)
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In this featured episode of DevNews, hosts Saron Yitbarek and Josh Puetz talk about The New York Time’s Wordle acquisition, and Apple App Stores new unlisted apps option. Then we speak with Hector Monsegur, director of research at Alacrinet and former black hat hacker about what a cyberwar between Russia and Ukraine would look like and what its effects could be. Finally, we speak with Jamshid Hashimi, founder of CodeWeekend, a coding bootcamp that is still providing education and hope within the chaos caused by the US pullout from Afghanistan and the new Taliban regime.
- Turing (sponsor)
- Microsoft (sponsor)
- Stellar (sponsor)
- Wordle Is Joining The New York Times Games
- Unlisted app distribution
- Destructive malware targeting Ukrainian organizations
- Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency
Josh Puetz is Principal Software Engineer at Forem.
Jamshid Hashimi is a software engineer, teacher and founder of CodeWeekend, the first and largest developer community in Afghanistan.
Hector X. Monsegur
Hector X. Monsegur is director of research at Alacrinet and a former black hat hacker.