Software developer for about 18 years. Works in digital accessibility. Volunteer firefighter. Had a long stint with Perl, which he will talk to you about after a glass of scotch. Likes discussions on psychology, morality and ethics. Runs the Dutch Inclusive Design and Accessibility meetup.
You’re familiar with CAPTCHAs getting in your way. But why are they such a ubiquitous security measure to begin with? Why are there different implementations, and which problem are they attempting to solve? During this talk you’ll learn how these “Human Interactive Proofs” came to be, how they’re still evolving, and why they are a bad solution to the wrong problem.
|The Imitation Game - studies in disability simulations||#a11yTO Conference||October 2018|
|Automatica11y: trends, patterns, predictions in audit tooling and data||CSUN Assistive Technology Conference||March 2017|
|Automatica11y: trends, patterns, predictions in audit tooling and data||Fronteers meetup: Accessibility special||November 2016|
|Fun With Assistive Tech||Fronteers Jam Sessions 2016||October 2016|
|Fun With Assistive Tech||Yet Another Perl Conference Europe||August 2016|