The truth is that every business is now a software developer – whether a retailer, bank, transportation, insurer – they are all operating as software companies. If attackers are setting their sights on software as a promising venue for their exploits, then organizations have to close this security gap.
What exactly does no-code and low-code mean? Why is it receiving so much attention right now? How will it develop in the future? Angela Castillo answered our questions about these techniques, what they hold for the future, how they are currently being used, and more.
Many people enjoy mentioning how to minimize the costs of operating SAP in the Cloud, however, not all of them truly relay how to get the most bang for your buck in the areas that count. Operating SAP in the Cloud has several key benefits that make it not only attractive, but also practical – being that it’s always available and easy to use, and also has a low barrier to entry for additional functionality (and spend).
Four years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Kendra Havens, Program Manager for .NET and Visual Studio team.
Modern application development, when broken down, isn’t too dissimilar to using toy blocks to build a bridge. For example, to build a secure bridge, it is not sufficient to focus on each brick individually to determine if the bridge is strong enough. The builder must understand the bigger picture, or the ‘architecture.’
The world is facing a global AI talent shortage, so while there’s a great demand for NLP implementations, the supply of data scientists needed to bring these projects to life are limited. But what if we could democratize NLP, reducing the need for data scientist intervention?
What is “Cyber Herd Immunity” and “blind secret processing”? How does a decentralized system prevent vulnerabilities? We spoke with Yuval Hertzog, Co-Founder and Technology Head at the Tide Foundation about security-centric solutions, PRISM authentication, and more.
Pythons live in rainforests, grasslands, and woodlands. Python Developers live in Visual Studio Code.
With over 18 million monthly users, VS Code has become one of the most popular and fastest growing text editors in the world. To learn more about why over 3.7 million of them find VS Code to be the perfect habitat for Python development and data science work, keep on reading!
Does Redis really have an uptime of 99.999%? We had a chat with Maurice Ko, VP of Engineering and Ryan Wallace, Lead Software Engineer at Kabam about how Redis has benefited their business, how they use it at their company, and its most beneficial use cases are.
Avishay Cohen, the co-founder and CEO at Anima, spoke with JAXenter about the collaborative challenges developers and designers often face in product development, and the existing solutions in the market trying to solve these challenges. Avishay dives deep into the technology behind Anima’s design-to-code tool that produces developer-friendly code and what that means. He explains how both teams can work together to create better products and shares Anima’s plans for the future.
Four years ago, we launched a diversity series aimed at bringing the most inspirational and powerful women in the tech scene to your attention. Today, we’d like you to meet Rachel Roumeliotis, Vice President of content strategy at O’Reilly.
The PHP language will have its own foundation. A non-profit association consisting of several companies and individuals has the task of ensuring the quality and future of PHP. To this end, it has begun collecting donations via the Open Collective platform.
This article goes into an outage the online application GCeasy experienced on October 11, and what the monitoring tool AWS CloudWatch showed. AWS CloudWatch clearly indicated two things: Problem and symptom, and the time frame since the problem started.
Otavio Santana, one of the JNoSQL project leads, answered a few questions about the functionality of the Eclipse JNoSQL project – a Java framework that makes it easier to integrate Jakarta EE and MicroProfile applications with NoSQL databases. Learn why Java developers should adopt the technology.