Adewale Oshineye is an engineer at a little-known search engine named
Google. This is a consequence of many deeply geeky evenings spent
programming 8-bit computers when he was a child.
When he grew up Adewale somehow fell into IT consultancy. His career
at consultancies such as Thoughtworks gave him the chance to work on
projects ranging from point-of-sale systems for electrical retailers
to trading systems for investment banks. It also gave him a chance to
learn from some of the most interesting software craftspeople in
In those rare moments when he's not in front of a computer he can be
found behind a digital camera somewhere in London.
At last night's OSJam I gave a lightning talk about the implications of being post-PC.Those implications were:Identity: a post-PC device needs to know its owner's identity since it can't rely on obtaining that information from a PC. At the moment all the devices are building their own identity platforms but… read more
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