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Reduce your power consumption by setting up your cryptocurrency trading bot on a Raspberry Pi. The current popularity of cryptocurrencies also includes trading in them. Last year, I wrote an article How to automate your cryptocurrency trades with Python which covered the setup of a trading bot based on the graphical programming framework Pythonic, which I developed in …

Software testing is getting more important year by year. Today, this job is not only about finding bugs or developing a product, it is also about analytics too. For example, first the testers do the research of the idea, then they try to think theoretically about some negative aspects which might influence the product, and …

The damage related to cybercrime is projected to hit $6 trillion annually by 2021, according to Cybersecurity Ventures. To give you a better view of the current state of overall security, we’ve collected 29 vital statistics about data breaches, hacking, industry-specific statistics, as well as spending and costs.   The Big Five Worldwide spending on cybersecurity is going to …

The month of October is associated with a variety of themes, but it also ushers in the start of autumn and pumpkin-spiced lattes and culminates with one of the scariest days of the year – Halloween. However, beyond the uptick in Starbucks stock prices and the sale of costumes, October is marked as Cybersecurity Awareness Month in …

We asked our 2020 intake of Technology Pioneers for their views on how technology will change the world in the next five years. From quantum computers and 5G in action to managing cancer chronically, here are their predictions for our near-term future.   1. AI-optimized manufacturing Paper and pencil tracking, luck, significant global travel and opaque supply …

It’s not just coding that we do in the open. When Nathaniel McCallum and I embarked on the project that is now called Enarx, we made one decision right at the beginning: the code for Enarx would be open source, a stance fully supported by our employer, Red Hat (see the standard disclaimer on my blog). All of …

Coding practices may vary. As a general principle, things work better when they’re done right. This also applies to code. Software developers tend to play by the rules more often than not. However, sometimes a code can be sloppy and disorganized and that doesn’t make anyone’s life any easier. According to the ubiquitous Pareto principle, …

Remote programmers and developers were a valuable addition to a company far before the pandemic. With the ever-growing digitalization of infrastructures and systems, hiring the best programmers in the world is the priority for thousands of companies. How to attract the best programmers in the world? And, considering the infinite possibilities of remote hiring, where to …

There are many reasons to learn find, so download our free find cheat sheet to help you learn more about the command. Regardless of how organized I resolve to be, it seems there are always times when I just can’t locate a file. Sometimes it’s because I can’t remember the name of the file in …

Debricked has achieved a not so small feat – we are now able to actively keep and maintain a clone of all data on GitHub! For what reason? You may ask. To understand all the why’s and how’s we have interviewed our Head of Data Science, Emil Wåréus. Before we start with the questions, who …