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The word of the year for me and my family is to *enjoy*. Enjoy the grind Enjoy the journey Enjoy the good and the bad Enjoy each moment and this season with our kids Business and tech operators that come out of this uncertain road ahead will have serious street
I am currently cruising at 32,000 feet within the comfortable cabin of my Canadair CRG-200 jet, en route to San Francisco for BSides SF, RSA, and Purple Cloud Summi [https://www.purplecloudsummit.com/]t. It’s been nearly 2.5 years since these events have happened in person. Needless
Greetings from cold Boise, Idaho. I have a confession to make: January is one of my least favorite months of the year. The holidays are over, the density of the cold is... deeper. It's like the chill is implanted in my bones on January 2nd and I can't shake it
A few weeks ago there was a dust up on the bug bounty and pentesting corner of infosec twitter with certain content and tool creators in the space calling out others. While there are some charlatans, or “grifters” as The Cyber Mentor calls them, there are many great providers of
Welcome to The HACK Digest Issue 001. Last Friday was my last day at HackerOne. This week, I shared the news of my departure across the socials and posted a video I recorded on my last day. Check it out [https://youtu.be/j_6_qO3SvvQ]. Onward... From the twittersphere
From the HackerOne live hacking event travel vlogs: 7 Life lessons from hackers on how you can make 2021 the BEST year of your life
Last Friday, I did a virtual vision board session with my HackerOne team during a Friday afternoon happy hour. Learned more about everyone's personal goals and passions. It was a lot of fun! Here is my 2021 vision board [https://www.linkedin.com/posts/lukettucker_just-did-a-virtual-vision-board-session-with-activity-6758522541297549312-JR2j] : Clockwise from top left:
I recently wrote a guest blog post for Heavybit, the San Francisco-based accelerator for developer and enterprise startups. I reposted the content here but you can view the original content [https://www.heavybit.com/library/blog/community-building-tools-hackerone/] on the Heavybit blog. Enjoy! In First Round Capital’s State of Startups