Romilly Cocking wrote his first program as an eleven year old in 1958. Since then, he has worked for IBM, run a software house for 19 years, and taught over 5,000 students how to develop quality software.
He has now retired but is still actively involved in the Maker movement, with particular interest in the Internet of Things.
Why I Joined The Analogies Project
“I’m concerned that the excitement and momentum in the Internet of Things community is blinding us to crucial security issues. I believe that the Analogies Project will help to reduce that risk.”
My AnalogiesET Text Home: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?