The third summer of the 9-week ISE Coding Garage program came to a close last night, concluding with mobile app presentations and an awards ceremony. In early June, the program started with 15 self-driven students working on their own apps, and ended yesterday as 12 students presented their creations for judging. A new enhancement to this year's presentations was the judging app, created by one of the ISE interns, Jordan Pohlman.
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For the 5th year in a row, we continued a favorite ISE tradition this week by hosting our annual Bags Tournament, and of course by having some awesome wood-fired pizza prepared on-site by Maggie's Farm Wood-Fired Pizza! You can find Maggie’s Farm Wood-Fired Pizza in the NewBo City Market in Cedar Rapids. Check out last year's post to learn more about the history of this great event!
With a number of recent high-profile leaks of personal data on Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 service, it seems like a good time to review the security mechanisms that govern storage and sharing of data from AWS. If your organization uses S3 for storage of PHI, PII, or other sensitive data, you should be aware that failure to properly secure and restrict access and log this information can carry hefty fines and even jail time. Leaking users’ personal data can also be detrimental to your business model. (Photo Credit: Flickr)