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I’m Morten Nielsen. Ive studied at KTH – Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, where I achieved my Master degree in Computer Science. The Swedish title is Civilingenjör. I focused my studies on distributed, parallel programming and general Computer Science.

My master thesis was about creating a concurrent search algorithm for Gecode searching for a solution in a constraint programming binary tree. Unfortunately Gecode never started to use my concurrent search engine in production.

I enjoy discrete mathematics and statistics, but mostly I work primarily with software design. I have a deep interest in Software Design, and strive to achieve SOLID Object-oriented and simple solutions.

I’m currently working at RemoteX Technologies in Stockholm Sweden. Where I am one of two lead developers for their new product RemoteX Applications. RemoteX Applications is a distributed field service management system, running on Windows Mobile phones and Windows based clients. When Steve Balmer was in Stockholm in 2008 we were invited to be one of the key speakers at the event, based on our work on RemoteX Applications.


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comment Is a “security measure” that doesn't provide a security benefit actually harmful?
Extra added logic that does not add to security, increases the amount of code to maintain and the amount of code security and feature related issue can hide. so yes, extra "features" is directly harmfull for security.
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Exactly, just as I said, the point of Firesheep is to point the developer is trying to make is that logins should be secured thrugh HTTPs.
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