IBM Backdoors, Ignoring 99%, & More
The pace of change in development is so rapid, it can be difficult to keep up. With news of security vulnerabilities, new emerging technologies, and the challenges of navigating the modern workplace, no wonder being a dev can feel overwhelming.
The weekly dev digest has you covered. Here are this week’s top links to keep you up to date on the world of software development.
- A newly discovered backdoor leaves IBM’s premium servers vulnerable to takeovers
- “Data is the new oil” is a misleading metaphor; there are practical differences to how companies use and trade data in the new digital economy
- Using Git for continuous integration and delivery puts the code first and automates deployment using a tool developers already know
- “My strategy for dealing with the absurd pace of change in web development has been as follows: ignore 99% of it and see if it goes away” – Jason Goldstein
- Service workers provide a rich offline experience to users, but when to use which caching strategy for your service worker?
- Java developers are well-served by rich tools that make their job more efficient; here are the top ten you should know
- Your bad bosses in the past have shaped your leadership style more than you realize
- Stanford psychologist BJ Fogg’s micro-tasks research says the secret to beating procrastination is starting with tiny tasks
- Being a developer can be overwhelming with constant demands on your time and attention; here are some tips to avoid becoming overwhelmed
Tips from Intertech
- We put together a list of the hottest developer skills that companies are hiring for in 2019
- Rich Franzmeier’s Angular tutorials continue with his latest post on Error Handling in RxJS
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