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Adrian is passionate about building effective teams and great products. He co-founded Quietstars to help companies do that using Lean, Agile and UX practices.

You'll find him working with startup and product development teams — doing everything from coaching & teaching to hands on UX & dev work. With more than 15 years experience working with startups, established businesses and agencies Adrian is an active member of the Agile and Lean UX communities. He's also a mentor for Lean Startup Machine and speakup.io.

You'll often find him ranting in a corner of the bar about how agile, business and user experience folk need to play nice together. Be kind and buy him whisky.


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comment How to access an OS X keychain via Ubuntu
It does apply to that - source here bitbucket.org/kang/python-keyring-lib/src/… - OS X specific ;)
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comment How to access an OS X keychain via Ubuntu
@coteyr - you're incorrect. Keychains can be copied between OS X machines - so they're not tied to any kind of machine specific key. Any kind of OS specific key would be trivially crackable since it would have to be public for decryption to actually happen.
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comment How to access an OS X keychain via Ubuntu
Unfortunately that doesn't help since it only gives access to the OS X keychain when running on OS X. It's just provides a python way of talking to /usr/bin/security. It doesn't help on other platforms.
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