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Exploring Android

A couple of weeks arguing with Vodafone and I’ve finally had my new Android phone for few €. Even though I’m used to Windows Mobile OS; Android has made a good impression on me.  After reading the documentation and developing some examples, I’ve found Android’s Arquitecture pretty straighforward and plenty of possibilities from a security perspective.

Since I wanted more, I signed up for this O’Reilly Training Course. For the time being I’ve attended (online) the first day (consists of five) and it’s being pretty useful. So if you’re interested, you’re still on time to sign up here for the remaining sessions. It’s free.

By the way, this is my new phone …

…until I get one of these.

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Panda Cloud Antivirus

After 18 months of hard work, the baby’s finally born!  This is my first project as Application Architect and I must say that it’s been quite a challenge for the whole team. Since we’ve built almost everything from the scratch, we’ve spent a good deal of time thinking and designing every little aspect of this piece of software. Of course, there’re still things to improve/fix/work on (like any Beta software) but, generally speaking, I’m fairly pleased with the result.

Panda Cloud AV

By the way, Panda Cloud AV has been released as a Public Free Beta so if you want to check it out, just visit the official site: www.cloudantivirus.com

There is also a blog for testers in which you can find technical details about the product, e.g Security Model, Known Issues, Logging, etc.

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