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Mental Models Security: Thinking Like a Hacker

These seven approaches can change the way you tackle problems.<p>In the world of information security, people are often told to "think like a hacker." …

Information Security

The Top Jobs And Skills For Getting Ahead In 2018

Job markets change and evolve, and with them the types of jobs that seem to be on the up and up.<p>Today, LinkedIn—a massive career networking and job search platform—released a roster of occupations it deems the most promising, based on some pretty important factors. LinkedIn sifted through the …

11 React Examples

In this post, I present 11 React projects that I recently created with the objective of helping those new to React to get up and running. This is not …

The 10 Hottest Coursera Courses of 2017

There are more than 8,000 online courses out there. These are some of the best.<p>There are more than 8,000 online courses available, in every subject from artificial intelligence to visual arts. More than 50 million students signed up for one this year.<p>This bounty is a gift for anyone who wants to …

Online Education

The KRACK Wi-Fi vulnerability, explained like you're five

Yesterday, we learned about KRACK (or Key Reinstallation Attack) – a security flaw in the WPA2 protocol, which could see an adversary break the encryption between a router and a device, allowing them to intercept and interfere with network traffic. Or, more succinctly, shit’s fucked.<p>But …

I made: POS with React Native

This is part I of a series of posts I'll write explaining the progress of the development of a custom made POS app for Android using React Native.<p>My …

Software Engineering

How JavaScript works: memory management + how to handle 4 common memory leaks

A few weeks ago we started a series aimed at digging deeper into JavaScript and how it actually works: we thought that by knowing the building blocks …

JavaScript

I spent 30 years coding full-time, then I switched to full-time management and leadership. Ask me anything.

My name is Lorenzo Pasqualis. I started writing software in 1984. Over the years I used many languages, technologies, and tools. I have been in …

Project Management

You Don’t Need a College Degree to be a Programmer

This column is authored by Apoorv Aggarwal, CEO and Founder, TechWEEDzThe post You Don’t Need a College Degree to be a Programmer appeared first on …

33 Fundamentals Every JavaScript Developer Should Know

You’ve learned <b>React</b>, mastered <b>npm install</b>, and can find your way around <b>webpack.config.js.</b> You can do just about anything as long as there’s a module …

What happens to the brain as we age?

Brain aging is inevitable to some extent, but not uniform; it affects everyone, or every brain, differently. Slowing down brain aging or stopping it …

Suspended – Medium

Smart code helps your phone browse the web twice as quickly

Many attempts at improving the speed of mobile web browsing involve some obvious sacrifices: Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages alter how you view the pages, while proxies introduce the risk of someone intercepting your sensitive data. Researchers have found a way to boost performance without those …

How to Set up an SSH Server on a Home Computer

Around 18 months ago, I built a desktop computer so I would have a little more firepower at my fingertips when I needed it. My hope was to avoid …

23 Books Mark Zuckerberg Thinks Everyone Should Read

The Facebook CEO's best picks and why he thinks everyone should read them.<p>Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has a single mission: to connect people around …

Books

AI and the continuous delivery model are the future of software development

Software might be eating the world, but most businesses are sitting out the feeding frenzy because they can’t release software fast enough to meet changing customer needs.<p>No matter what kind of business you’re in — technology, consumer goods, manufacturing — companies are driving engagement with …

Artificial Intelligence

Watch: How Avocados Avoided Extinction

Prehistoric farmers saved this unique and popular fruit from extinction.

Prehistory

JavaScript Is Eating The World

Incase you haven't heard the news, JavaScript and NodeJS are single handedly eating the world of software. NodeJS is an Open Source server-side …

JavaScript

Here's Elon Musk's Secret for Learning Anything Faster

Yes, Musk is brilliant, but he's also learned how to learn efficiently. So can you.<p>Elon Musk has one of the most incredible minds around. How did he get so smart? Of course, he was probably born gifted, and according to those who know him, he definitely reads a ton, but Musk's brilliance isn't all …

TED Talks

Learn to Code: Harvard's Free Online Computer Science Course

HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C, SQL, PHP, and More<p>Harvard’s “Introduction to Computer Science” course is widely regarded as the best computer science …

Privacy warning: Android apps infected with SonicSpy spyware can record audio

Security researchers from Lookout are warning about raft of spyware-infected apps that have been found in Google Play. Seemingly connected to Iraq, …

Elon Musk says AI harbors 'vastly more risk than North Korea'

<i>Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.</i><p>The mention of several place-names currently invokes shudders.<p>Whether it be North Korea, Venezuela or even Charlottesville, Virginia, it's easy to get a shivering feeling that something existentially …

Artificial Intelligence

Deploy and Secure REST-based Mobile Apps with AWS Mobile Hub | Amazon Web Services

This post was written by Brice Pelle, AWS Technical Account Manager.<p>RESTful APIs are used today to power many mobile apps. Using RESTful interfaces …

Carbon Dioxide May Rob Crops Of Nutrition, Leaving Millions At Risk

Rising carbon dioxide levels could have an unexpected side effect on food crops: a decrease in key nutrients. And this could put more people at risk of malnutrition.<p>A 2014 study showed that higher levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere are likely to put a dent in the protein, iron and zinc …

React Native Tutorial: Building iOS and Android Apps with JavaScript

React Native Tutorial: Build native iOS applications with JavaScript.<i>Update note:</i> This tutorial has been updated to React Native 0.46, Xcode 9, and …

10 High-Paying Jobs Without a Degree

10 High-Paying Jobs That Don't Require a College Degree<p>New Collar Jobs That's Don't Require a Four-Year Degree<p>Updated April 24, 2018<p>There is a new …

Employment

Parts of Asia May Be Too Hot for People by 2100

Unless carbon emissions are curtailed, climate change may expose 1.5 billion people in South Asia to potentially lethal heat and humidity in the near future.<p>South Asia, where one-fifth of the world's people live, could face summer heat waves that are impossible to survive without protection, thanks …

React Native The New Way to Create Apps

A mobile app is one of the most crucial platforms for customers to stay connected to a company and utilize its services. An app will be accessed and …

Apps

Codecademy adds new intensive options to help beginners learn code quicker

Codecademy is one of the most popular sites to learn software development online, having recently passed the 45 million user milestone. Now, in an attempt to formalize its offering and make a profit, the company has launched three new professional paid products, which offer a much more detailed and …

NASA has a job opening for someone to defend Earth from aliens — and it pays a 6-figure salary

US government scientists work hard to protect the public.<p>Some study infectious diseases and effective treatments. Others ensure that drugs, food, vehicles, or consumer products live up to their claims and don't harm anyone.<p>But the concerns at NASA's headquarters are, quite literally, …