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How to Transition From Your Full-Time Programmer Job to Self-Employment

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If you have decided that you would like to be self-employed, this is a huge step in your life. Going from working for an established business or company and being an employee to working for yourself can be a scary prospect. Here are some tips for making the transition easier and more comfortable for you…


What is the Internet of Things?

Posted by in Internet of Things, Programming News, Web Security

Things are changing for the better concerning cyber security. Have you ever being troubled by something you deem unethical at your place of work? At this moment, you may be contemplating about leaking sensitive information about the place you work. However, experts have revealed that you should think twice as artificial intelligence is changing things….


What You Need to Know About Programming Startups and Money

Posted by in Programming News, Programming Startups, Web Security

Whenever any programming business gets started, money needs to be spent. This money goes toward the foundation of the business. For example, a company that plans on selling artwork will need to pay for people to create art, or the artist who is trying to sell her own artwork will need to pay for the…


Basic Computer Security Can Save a Small Business

Posted by in Computer Security, Programming News, Web Security

Not much has changed with cyber attacks to small businesses over the past year. Even though most attacks can be easily prevented with a small amount of knowledge and hardening of the personal computers in businesses, the number of small businesses attacked is still very high. Small business owners still have no clear picture of…


Overview of Programming Languages in High Demand

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Marc Andreessen once declared that “Software is eating the world”. This means that there is a need for programmers to write the software. There are so many programming languages that exist in the world but some are far more popular than the rest. When a software company is looking to employ new employees, it will…


Tor Browser Will Be More Secure Thanks To Rust Language

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Tor Browser is a web browser based on Firefox that is used to connect and be able to navigate in a completely secure and anonymous way in the Tor network. Due to the nature of this browser, it is vital to keep it free from all sorts of failures, which can sometimes be complicated because…


USB Canary Tells You When Someone Plugs Something Into Your USB Ports

Posted by in Programming News, Web Security

The concern for computer security is a legitimate one, especially at this point of technological development. A lot of personal information is stored in our devices and some of them are always exposed to hackers.   Just by introducing a malicious pendrive, any novice hacker can access your session without having the password, steal data,…


Google’s Contest Reveals No Major Vulnerabilities For Android

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Every month, Google launches a series of security patches to solve all possible security flaws detected in the operating system by its own engineers and make it more secure and shielded from the threats that hide in the network . In addition, from time to time, it launches a series of contests and reward programs…


USCIS Releases New Guidelines for Programmers Using the H-1B Visa

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Programmers moving into the United States using the H-1B visas will have to look for other alternatives as the US Citizenship and Immigration Service has implemented new measures that will block them out. This follows some guidelines that were released on Friday last week. For skilled computer programmers, they will have to use temporary visas…


Apple Hackers are All Hype

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Despite claims that millions of iCloud accounts have been compromised Apple has told the media that no such attack occurred. Perhaps it was all an April Fool’s day prank or perhaps it reveals something a bit more sinister. In an era of fake news and questionable facts, it seems that hackers boost their image by…


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