iPhone Security Flaw, Avoiding Lock-in, & More…
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- Once seen as highly-secure, the iPhone has had a security vulnerability that hackers have been exploiting since iOS 10
- A US cyberattack has hampered Iran’s ability to target oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz, but at what cost?
- Firewall misconfigurations on AWS allowed a hacker to breach over 100 million records at Capital One, plus 30 other companies, state agencies, and universities
- Need to optimize garbage collection in a Java program? Don’t tune it
- Windows switched to Unicode before even the C language, and that has had all kinds of implications for f-strings in C++
- TypeScript 3.6 is out! Find out what’s new and what breaking changes you might encounter
- Don’t get locked in to avoiding lock-in – an argument about using vs avoiding proprietary technologies
- Often, you need to load external files into your Spring application. That’s where ResourceLoader comes in
- Perhaps the most important skill as a software developer is being able to ask good questions that get enlightening answers
- How do you keep improving as a software developer? Here are 50 tips with small ways you can work on yourself
Tips from Intertech
- Being a developer offers a lot of flexibility in terms of matching your lifestyle and goals but what are the differences and similarities between working contract vs hourly vs full-time for Intertech?
- Our Intertech Executive Brief series is back with a look at Agile methodology, the ways in which scrum complements many agile principles, and how to combine them for best results.