Friend, what’s the best code you ever wrote? You can think of the most clever code you ever wrote, or the cleanest. The most fun problem to solve, or the most impactful. The surprise throwaway everyone uses, or the love nobody noticed.
Just a few minutes ago (while my morning coffee was brewing), Microsoft announced plans to acquire storied game developer and publisher Bethesda Softworks’ parent company Zenimax Media in a $7.5 billion deal – three times what the company paid for Minecraft creator Mojang Studios in 2014.
Have you ever been familiar with something, worked around it, but not fully understood its concepts? I feel like that happens to me more than most people. This is a frustrating feeling, but it is also one that often is easily remedied.
Have you ever wondered what the secret is to a successful DevOps transformation? What is it made up of? Where do you start? If only someone made the recipe and the ingredients available, perhaps everyone could try it out in their kitchens.
The newest federal lab gives the CIA and its officers the unprecedented ability to make money off inventions that come from within the agency. America’s most famous spy agency has a major competitor it can’t quite seem to beat: Silicon Valley.
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The Center for Threat-Informed Defense is a privately funded research and development organization focused on advancing the state-of-the-art and the-state-of-the-practice in threat-informed defense.
The directive requires all federal agencies to apply a patch for Windows Netlogon vulnerability CVE-2020-1472 by midnight on Sept. 21.
VPC is the topic that flies under the radar of many Software Developers, despite being present in every AWS account (well, maybe not for accounts created before 2009… But that’s unlikely). There are a few reasons for this I can think of:
GitHub CLI (gh) was announced in early 2020 and provides a more seamless way to interact with your GitHub repositories from the command line. We also know that many people are interested in the very similar hub project, so we wanted to clarify some potential points of confusion.