Dead Firefox Plugins, Difficult Conversations, & More…
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- Ahead of Microsoft’s Build conference, WIRED reviews the current state of Windows, Office, Azure, and the company’s future
- Firefox had a rough weekend when a certificate bug disabled all add-ons for the browser – here are the deets on the bug and the hotfix from Mozilla
- Azure Machine Learning makes it possible to create and test machine learning models without writing code with a drag-and-drop interface
- Java is known for boilerplate and verbose, ceremonial syntax – a new JDK proposal seeks to address that
- Using Docker containers for deployment is fairly mainstream, but have you ever considered running a database in Docker?
- Pushing public changes from a private repo while squashing the intermediate commits with git commit-tree tricks
- Even though Java 12 is out, most developers are still using Java 8 – here’s how to plan for and take advantage of the new releases
- Have a greater impact at work by doing less, not more
- If you’re working on hard, interesting problems, you’ll need to ask for help. Michael Hyatt shares how to ask for help in the best way
- The road to success is full of uncomfortable conversations – money, relationships, health. Learning how to have difficult conversations is key to getting ahead
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