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Mark Calleja

Binary badass, Raspberry Pi in Cambridge

Hacker History 101

PRESENTED ON JUN 20, 2017
IN CAMBRIDGE @ VOL 10

Mark Calleja takes you back to the origins of the word ‘Hacker’, and how the mainstream media have hijacked it to mean something ugly and terrifying. In 20 slides, watch as MrC takes you from the first ever ‘hack’ in 1903 all the way up to the crime gangs of the 21st century and looks toward the future of hacking and cyber-security.

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