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Five tips to stay secure

Common threats to your VoIP system

VoIP remains a popular system for telephone communication in the enterprise. But have you ever considered the security holes this system is leaving you open to? And what company secrets are at risk of eavesdropping, denial of service and “Vishing” attacks?

Dropping critique bombs

Docker under attack: What motivates Docker’s critics?

Docker has been described as a revelation by some – a technology that allows a sane deployment process that mere lowly, ignorant developers can manage. But it also has its critics. The anti-Docker army has been mobilised and they want everyone to know about it.

The new lean startup

No stack: a leaner tech startup approach

The days when building a new technology meant finding thousands of dollars and full-stack programming knowledge are over. Tech entrepreneur Stoyan Mitov welcomes us to the era of no-stack API-based startups with shorter development times and less expenses.

Docker basics

Containerization vs Virtualization – An introduction to Docker

As Docker technology gains more popularity among IT professionals, it’s becoming increasingly important for programmers to grasp the basics of containerization. Here we learn why Docker is at the centre of cloud IT era hype, as well as the difference between containerization and virtualization.

Node + io.js = Node.js 4

Node.js 4.0 released

Three months after the Node.js Foundation started work on a new release candidate, Node.js 4.0.0 has been released – now featuring the io.js fork code base for the very first time.

No more custom API mazes

Why reusable REST APIs are changing the game

REST APIs make our lives easier – but we’re still in the dark ages when it comes to making our APIs general purpose, portable and reusable. Ben Busse shows us the common pitfalls of hand-coding custom REST APIs and the architectural advantages and technical characteristics of reusable REST APIs.

Interview with designer Chris Simpkins

Hack – a typeface made for source code

Complex lettering, confusing characters and bad antialiasing are all genuine problems faced by today’s programmers. Enter Hack 2.0, a typeface created exclusively for better readability of source code.