Software Development

Just How Easy is it to be Hacked?
Just How Easy is it to be Hacked?

Earlier this year, David Gilbertson published an excellent article on Hacker Noon with the eye-catching title “I’m harvesting credit card numbers and passwords from your site. Here’s how.” While the article is noted as a fictional endeavor, the approach that is detailed is certainly something that could have a negative impact on corporations around the […]

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Testing the Waters
Testing the Waters

Does testing really pay off in the World of software development? As software developers, we are constantly hounded about the importance of automated testing. We hear diatribes about test driven development, evangelist who swear by unit testing, and coders who claim testing has changed how they work. By now most people in the industry would […]

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Playing Find and Seek on a New Project
Playing Find and Seek on a New Project

Have you ever found yourself in a position on a project where you struggle to obtain answers to your questions?  For me, I encountered this situation while being part of a team converting an application built in a proprietary language to a solution based on standardized languages and frameworks. On this project, the stories contained […]

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