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Project Thoth pulls together many open source tools to automate program builds with security checks as part of the resolution process. Most cyberattacks take advantage of publicly known vulnerabilities. Many programmers can automate builds using Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) or DevOps techniques. But how can we automate the checks for security flaws that turn up …

Mother’s Day is a significant occasion to thank your mother and celebrate her motherhood. She is the one who loves you unconditionally and will not give a second thought if she needed to save your life by giving up her own. Mothers’ contribution to society is unmatchable. Motherhood is the greatest gift of God to …

“The key to achieving world-class expertise in any skill, is to a large extent, a matter of practicing the correct way, for a total of around 10,000 hours” — Malcolm Gladwell in Outliers. Well, I’m certainly not a world-class expert, but I have put my 10,000 hours of deliberate practice into programming. Where did I …

Knitting as Programming or how I learned programmers owe it all to fiber As part of my bootcamp, I was asked to present for 10 minutes on any topic. I’ve been crocheting since 2013 and knitting since 2018, and I had noticed some similarities between the way I approached a project in either fiber arts …

It sounds dark and mysterious – but it’s just another future Javascript feature. The ShadowRealm is a new feature coming to Javascript, which will let us create a separate global context from which to execute Javascript. In this article, we’ll look at what the ShadowRealm is, and how it works. Support for ShadowRealms in Javascript …

In the beginning, there was JavaScript. The popular scripting language we all know and love. Ever since its creation, it’s been the dominating language for web development. Then two decades later, Microsoft introduced TypeScript, a superset of JavaScript, designed for the development of large web applications. If you know anything about Typescript and JavaScript, you’ll know …

We’ve all been there. Taking a look at a repo that we can’t quite make heads or tails of. Or looking at a function, reading through it, getting to the end, and then realising we’d need to read it five or six more times before we can grasp what it does. There are a handful …

Build your Java muscle while having some fun with ArnoldC, an open source programming language. Have you ever wished programming were more like an action movie? If you answered yes, then I have the language for you. While wandering the internet to find the most obscure and fun open source languages, I came across ArnoldC. …

Recent sudo releases added new features that allow you to watch and control previously hidden problem areas. When you want to grant administrative access to some of your users while controlling and checking what they do on your systems, you use sudo. However, even with sudo, there are quite a few unseen issues—just think about giving out …

We are in the modern world where the digitization of much of education is already well underway. Nowadays, lots of blogs and articles are on the internet, for free, to learn from. But The Book has its own value: the author puts his all knowledge experience and time to write one whole book. The knowledge …