I’d been asked about my 2nd CFT proposal… here it is, in all it’s wordy glory: darpa-reduxxx. Thanks as always to the DARPAnians and Mudge for the opportunity. Thanks to my IPMI paper sucking my life away I’m behind schedule, but it was always an excuse to play with and understand the tech, not make money. Well, it’s not like I’m a monk, I like money, but there […]
I should be singing hymns or something to DARPA – the fast track program is truly amazing, or at least it has been to me. I submitted a 2nd proposal (details upcoming) and it got accepted in less than 48 hours. Startups don’t even move that fast! Another 6 months of livelihood. If they only gave out insurance….
So I’ve been winding down my project at DARPA and thought I’d put down some at least close-to-final thoughts on it. I’ve been asked a number of times about how much people should charge for their work. Three things on this: The government is doing you a favor if you get accepted – you get to do what you want, keep it, and that’s it? That’s gotta be worth […]
As previously said it looks like I know what I’ll be doing the next few months: working on a DARPA funded project that I submitted to the Cyber Fast Track (CFT) program. I had paused because I wanted to confirm some stuff before writing more about it… here’s a brain dump of the process. I’ll write up what I’m doing in a later bit. I’m still struck – […]
I was just awarded a small DARPA contract through the Cyber Fast Track program which Mudge has been evangelizing for awhile now. I’m still not sure how much I can say about it, but I will say more as time goes on… it was a remarkably painless process, I’ll say that – hard to believe that our big government can move so fast.