Jean-Baptiste Bres

Chief Information Security Officer

Let's. Go.

Xinja has officially a full banking licence! We will be opening our first bank accounts today! πŸ₯³

Read more at https://www.xinja.com.au/news/2019/xinja-gets-full-banking-licence/

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Xinja is #5 top startups to work for now!

Xinja is #5 top startups to work for now! πŸ†πŸ†

What will future jobs look like?

A very interesting talk from economist Andrew McAfee on how jobs will change in the future. Yes, droids will take our jobs -- or at least the kinds of jobs we know now. In this far-seeing talk, he thinks through what future jobs might look like, and how to educate coming generations to hold them.

Want to Take Better Notes? Ditch the Laptop for a Pen and Paper

An interesting read about how using pen and paper helps you to take better notes than using a computer: Want to Take Better Notes? Ditch the Laptop for a Pen and Paper, Says Science

I personally always struggled taking notes on a computer and have been a fierce user of notebooks (especially since I discovered reusable ones). Well now I will have an even better excuse to continue doing so πŸ˜„

Tapping into the power of humble narcissism

No, “humble narcissism” is not an oxymoron; it’s a combination of qualities that the best leaders and companies have. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant explains why in this interesting TED article.

How to keep human bias out of AI

As I have recently been working on a new Data Strategy, taking into consideration how Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help us to provide better insights and advises to our customers, it is also the right time to consider the risks associated to such technology. I'm not talking about πŸ€– Skynet taking over the world πŸ˜‰ but how, if not well use, AI can reinforce human bias instead of helping us being better advisors!

Here is a great talk from Kriti Sharma @ TED on how to keep human bias out of AI.

How to break bad management habits before they reach the next generation of leaders

How to break bad management habits before they reach the next generation of leaders | a great talk by Elizabeth Lyle

Happy New Year 2019! πŸŽ‰

The New Year is here! Look ahead, embark on the road to success. May you have a great journey to your destination! Happy 2019. Read More…

Open Position: Database Administrator

I am looking for an experience DataBase Engineer to join our fantastic data team. Great opportunity to get a great job in a leading financial institution and to work on exciting technologies!
Apply at https://lnkd.in/gvGH49w or feel free to contact me if you have any question!

Open Position: Senior Information Security Analyst (Sydney)

I am looking for a Senior Information Security Analyst to complement my team. We have lot of interesting projects and activities coming up! Let me know if you are interested. (no agencies please)

Open Position: Senior Security Analyst (Melbourne)

First State Super is looking for a Senior Security Analyst in Melbourne. Great opportunity to work for in a performing and innovative security team and on a large scale of interesting topics!
(Apply at http://www.seek.com.au/Job/35848731/?cid=ios-share - no agency please)

Time for a good action - City2Surf 2012



This year again, our team will run the City2Surf race and raise money for Doctors Without Borders/Medecins Sans Frontières!
Support our team by visiting our fundraising page http://www.fundraise.city2surf.com.au/jbbres and by donating to a good cause

Thank You Steve

Steve Jobs

Thank You Steve,
None of that would have been possible without you.

app.jbbres.com is taking part in the City2Surf

City2Surf
This year again, app.jbbres.com is taking part in the 2011 City2Surf and will be participating to raise money for a cause we care about: Médecins Sans Frontières Australia. You can help me reach us fundraising goal by donating to this important cause! All you need to do is click the Donate Now button on this page, give what you can and if you want to, leave us a message of support.

Visit http://www.fundraise.city2surf.com.au/Jeanbaptiste_Bres for more information.

The 2011 Sun-Herald City2Surf, presented by Westpac for Medecins Sans Frontieres Australia
Médecins Sans Frontières is the world's leading independent organisation for emergency medical humanitarian aid. We help victims of conflict, respond to chronic food shortages, epidemics and natural disasters. Every year Médecins Sans Frontières sends around 3,000 international field workers to work alongside 22,000 national staff in countries around the world. There they work together to bring emergency medical assistance to the people who need it most and may otherwise have no access to even the most basic life-saving health services.

Happy New Year 2011

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays from app.jbbres.com

2010 is almost over... Get ready as 2011 will be the year of Action(s). For a starter, a brand new version of Action(s) will be available in the first weeks of the year with new features and new actions.

Until them, have all a very mery Christmas, and see you all in 2011.

πŸ’‘ The Robot, the Apple and the Coffee Bean

Article

For a change, let’s talk about technologies…
Have you heard about Java? No? Well, even if you don’t know it, you are probably using Java everyday: On your computer, your mobile phone, your TV and more. Action(s) is made with Java, and it is the reason why you can run it indifferently on Windows, Linux or Mac OS X.

Apple made recently two big announcements regarding Java:

  • The creation of a Mac App Store where Java applications will not be accepted
  • The end of Apple’s support of Java on Mac OS X

The question that a lot of you have been asking us is: will these announcements impact the existence of Action(s) on the Mac OS platform?
The answer is No. We are still very committed to the Mac OS platform. We do not believe that Java will disappear from Mac OS X and we will continue to provide a high-quality – fully integrated version of Action(s) for Mac users.

Read More…

A good action

This year, the app.jbbres.com team is running the 14km Sun-Herald City2Surf presented by Westpac for a cause we care about: Médecins Sans Frontières.

If you can, please support us by donating what you can on our fundraising page.
Click here for more information.