Chrome Redesign, Homeland Security, & More…
Keeping you up to date with the latest news and most interesting stories in software development, welcome to another weekly installment of the dev digest. This week’s articles discuss security, UX, mobile development, IoT, and much more. Enjoy!
- A new type of Spectre attack allows for leaked secrets, even without having to run attacker code on a victim system
- Chrome is getting another design/UX revamp – this time making tabs simpler
- The Department of Homeland Security will provide cybersecurity support to America’s infrastructure agencies
- Create a cohesive user experience by breaking the silos and encouraging communication between web app and mobile app teams
- IoT is a major trend in many industries, but there are still obstacles to IoT adoption
- Use state patterns to keep your main class in Java focused on its designated job
- Here’s how to deploy a node.js application to serverless AWS Lambda
- Open office floorplans have been shown to decrease productivity, but Basecamp’s Jason Fried has library rules in place to combat that
- New to software development or still early in your career? Here’s how to set yourself up for career success.
- Early in your career, it makes sense to learn as much as you can and get exposure to a lot of different projects. Later in your career, though, you might consider choosing and mastering a niche to maximize your expertise and value.
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- Check out our new roundup of the top tutorials in Microservices
- Our founder, Tom Salonek, shares his insights on time management and leadership
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