Top 5 Developer Jokes Explained ... Because We Don't Get Them Either

Top 5 Developer Jokes Explained … Because We Don’t Get Them Either

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A sense of humor is one of the most important human qualities and that it is not only good for your health physically and emotionally, but it also reinforces your relationships with your family, friends, and coworkers. It isn’t easy being a developer. They code all day, debug all night ... Read More
The Equifax Hack: 6 Months Later, What Did We Learn?

The Equifax Hack: 6 Months Later, What Did We Learn?

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When news broke that credit rating agency Equifax had been breached, resulting in the theft of personally identifiable information (PII) records, it seemed like the company was yet another victim in a long line of organizations to have been successfully targeted by hackers. However, this case was different than the ... Read More
Open Source Licensing Trends: 2017 vs. 2016

Open Source Licensing Trends: 2017 vs. 2016

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Looking back at 2017, the year succeeded in serving us a healthy bit of open source licensing drama. How much drama, you ask? The Facebook patenting clause, for example, swept many developers into endless message-board musings and assertions about the ins and outs of patent law. In the Linux community, ... Read More
5 top open source vulnerabilities for march 2018

Top 5 New Open Source Vulnerabilities in March 2018

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Many of us take this time in April to celebrate spring and the rebirth of nature. Snow melts, cherry blossoms bloom, and the ever illusive easter eggs are hunted down with glee and diligence over rolling green hills. In our corner of the cyberverse, security vulnerabilities in open source components ... Read More
March Madness Comes to GitHub

March Madness Comes to GitHub

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Cheer on your favorite repositories as they go for the win Few things in the world of programming are as universal as GitHub. Boasting over 4 million users, the code-sharing site prides itself on ... Read More
How to Keep Your Apps Secure After Moving to SaaS From On-Prem

How to Keep Your Apps Secure After Moving to SaaS From On-Prem

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The world of how work gets done has changed dramatically, moving at a faster pace with a far greater emphasis on collaboration for improving productivity. Today, virtually all software has a cloud ... Read More
Top Five Prep Tips for Technical Due Diligence

Top Five Prep Tips for Technical Due Diligence

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We all dream of creating the next big thing, getting that investment that will help get us over the finish line, landing the partnership with one of the big players, getting acquired by one of the ... Read More
Staying on Top of Your Organization’s Technical Debt

Staying on Top of Your Organization’s Technical Debt

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The famous, American poet Emily Dickinson is credited back in the 19th century as stating that “forever is composed of nows.” Today, the world of software is all about rapid releases, innovative ... Read More
Top 5 New Open Source Vulnerabilities for February 2018

Top 5 New Open Source Vulnerabilities for February 2018

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Top 5 New Open Source Vulnerabilities in February 2018 Some things never change. For starters, February started with Punxsutawney Phil, the hero of Groundhog Day, once again coming out of ... Read More
Git Much? The Top 10 Companies Contributing to Open Source

Git Much? The Top 10 Companies Contributing to Open Source

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When it comes to a developer’s work space, you will tend to find many open tabs with different sites which fall under task management tools. Think Asana, Slack, Trello, and others. The one ... Read More
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