Weekly update 31 (Sydney Opera House edition)

Another beautiful spot today while I'm back in Sydney working on the agenda for NDC here in August. It's a quick trip albeit one very jammed-packed as we work through over 700 talk submissions and try to distil them down to the best ~135 of the bunch. There's a few weeks of early bird tickets left so if you're down here in Aus (or feel like a holiday), get in and grab them cheap.

This week, I'm really excited about this:

All of us who create things for other people love to see them being positively received. Amongst the many courses that have done very well over the years, I've never been able to break through the 4.x mark and hit a perfect 5.0. This makes me enormously happy not just to see the course doing well, but to see so many developers embracing HTTPS and moving the industry forward in a positive direction so kudos to everyone who's played a role in doing that. I also talk metadata, StartCom, another new Pluralsight course and yet another data breach in HIBP.

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  1. The HTTPS course on Pluralsight is killing it! (this is stuff every developer should know to help us move to a "secure by default" web transport layer)
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Hi, I'm Troy Hunt, I write this blog, create courses for Pluralsight and am a Microsoft Regional Director and MVP who travels the world speaking at events and training technology professionals