2012-02-23 20:51 - General

My work at Google is generally invisible. I work in the Corporate Engineering department, meaning I do work for other Googlers, building the tools they use to get their jobs done (basically). Now for the first time some of my work is visible to the outside world, because it was released as open source:
http://google-opensource.blogspot.com/2012/02/cauliflower-vest-end-to-end-os-x.html

It's a management tool to handle encryption of Macs running Lion's new FileVault 2. And I was just part of the team to build it. But still a first for me.

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