Hacktivism, Idle Time, & More…
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- 5.5% of the world’s top websites aren’t implementing HTTPS and TLS correctly, and data might be exposed despite using HTTPS
- A fraud researcher from TripAdvisor went on a borderline-obsessive hunt of a robocaller falsely posing as TripAdvisor – what he found was fascinating and disturbing
- There are more hacktivist groups – like Anonymous or LulzSec – than ever before, but are they effective at bringing about social change?
- Golang’s new cloud development kit makes deployment to AWS, GCP, and Azure easier than ever
- Cutting across the class inheritance hierarchy in Java with OOP interfaces allows us to define common behavior that can be implemented by any class, regardless of its inheritance
- Have an application that needs key-value storage but haven’t used Redis before? Here’s a quickstart guide in Java
- Creating a .NET Core app with a single Docker command using the Microsoft container registry
- Doing nothing can’t be better than doing something! Or can it? Idle time at work leads to greater productivity, according to research
- Agile managers can’t be authoritarian. If you say you’re agile, then you need to trust your team members to make their own decisions
- RescueTime studied 185 million hours of working time to draw conclusions about productivity and work-life balance – the results are troubling for workplace productivity
Tips from Intertech
- Web Accessibility doesn’t only apply to federal agencies. An Intertech employee shares her story.
- Making your first open source contributions can be intimidating. Check out our guide covering how to contribute to open source projects, starting from zero.
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