It’s no longer a surprise when we hear that accounts have been hacked, IDs have been stolen, and credit card numbers have been comprised. We just hope it doesn’t include us. Most of us are too smart to fall for the email that offers us an enormous amount of money that has been bequeathed, unclaimed, […]
According to the Census Bureau’s 2009 American Community Survey, women make up 48% of the U.S. workforce but only 24% are of STEM workers. Gender gaps and gender representation has changed over the past decade but the percentage of women in STEM related careers has increased ever so slightly. What could be the cause […]
Servlets and JSPs were important for long time, but some concepts are very important and curious and may not gain the proper attention. How a JSP page turns into an HTML page? How can we work directly with the HTML instead of JSP (like the Thymeleaf)? Remembering… JSP Java Server Pages, that are template engines. On it, […]
Cylance, an Irvine, California-based cybersecurity startup that taps machine-learning and artificial intelligence (A.I.) to thwart malware, has raised $100 million in a Series D round led by Blackstone Tactical Opportunities and Insight Venture Partners, with participation from existing investors. Click here to read more
The ads are among several changes that Apple hopes will bring in more money for itself and independent software developers who want to promote apps for the iPhone or iPad.
With hackers on the march, how can you be safe?
We are all too familiar with those pesky little notifications making sure you are aware that there is an “Update Available” for your software. Every operating system and, any program worth having, usually releases updates. Most of us tend to ignore these little notifications and put off downloading and/or installing these updates. You’ve probably even […]