Crypto (secret) – nector (bind)

Welcome to my blog. My name is Nicolas Williams, and I’m a software engineer at Oracle, originally Sun Microsystems, but very soon to be an independent consultant.

This blog’s name derives from the Greek for secret (‘crypto’) and the Latin for bind (‘nector’). This is an allusion to my work on channel binding, a cryptographic protocol technique.  Of course, some Latin/Greek combination of ‘channel’ and ‘binding’ would have been better, but for the fact that I couldn’t find one that sounded right.  The name I settled on has the benefit of sounding like a portemanteau of “cryptography” and “connector”, though that was not my intention.

I will be blogging more here soon.

~ by nico on January 30, 2011.

One Response to “Crypto (secret) – nector (bind)”

  1. Hmm, the formatting of code in migrated blog posts broke… I may need to re-import using a different format.

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