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9 secrets to cyberattack survival




cybersecurity incidents continue to grow in both volume and sophistication, with 64 percent more security incidents reported in 2015 than in 2014, according to a june 2016 report by the ponemon institute. the human instinct is to try to find those responsible. however, any attempt to access, damage,...



cracking the last silo | infoworld




ever since the dot-com boom, enterprises have been trying to figure out how to reorganize themselves to meet the demands of a fast-changing, perpetually connected world. one model that many companies are finding persuasive is based on the workflow for the design, development, and deployment of softw...



brendan eich: tech giants could botch webassembly




webassembly is a highly lauded portable code format that holds the promises of making the web run faster while extending the browser to accommodate multiple languages beyond javascript. falling under the jurisdiction of the world wide web consortium, the project has been supported by major browser v...



containers 101 | infoworld




as containers and microservices become more mainstream, you may wonder how to pave the way to adoption. how can you use containers to automate application deployments? what tools do you need to help your path to adoption? how can you get there faster, with fewer chances for errors and re-work?a new ...



review: visual studio 2017 is the best ever




infoworld two years ago, when i reviewed visual studio 2015, i came away thinking that microsoft’s ide had become the most complicated product ever, and microsoft would have to simplify it in the future. i was wrong in one respect: although microsoft threw out a few features for visual studio 2017...



get started with functional programming and f#




we all learned about mathematical functions when we studied algebra: y = f(x), where f(x) = ax2+…. in the abstract world of mathematics, functions are pure and reproducible and have no side effects. in imperative programming languages such as c, functions (in the sense of subroutines that return a...