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Identity governance (IGA) and devsecops

Identity Governance: What Is It And Why Should DevSecOps Care?

Did you know that the household data of 123 million Americans were recently stolen from Alteryx’s Amazon cloud servers in a single cyberattack? But the blame

What is log4shell?

What is Log4Shell (the Log4j vulnerability)?

Log4j, Log4j, Log4j. Let’s see you say that 10 times fast. If you can’t, then you may need to learn because Log4j is on the tips

kubernetes secrets guide

The Advanced Guide to Using Kubernetes Secrets

Did you know that Kubernetes is one of the leading open-source projects globally, boasting contributors from Google, Microsoft, and many other tech giants? Kubernetes enjoys the

5 Steps to Make ML Apps Actionable

The lifecycle of machine learning apps is a known phenomenon in the AI world; Product team defines a need -> ML team generates a model ->

The Code AI Challenge: How To Create A Code Dataset For AI/ML Training

The Code AI Challenge: How To Create A Code Dataset For AI/ML Training

Developers don’t want to become obsolete, but we do want to become more efficient and effective at what we do. In addition to honing our skills

How to set up git branch protection rules

How to set up Git branch protection rules

There’s probably not a developer alive who is not familiar with Git. It is, after all, the most popular software versioning system out there. Git is

rust vs go

Rust vs Go – Why not use both?

Which is a better choice, Rust or Go? Which language should you choose and why? How do Rust and Go differ and how are they similar?

How to fix secrets drift with Teller

Teller is an open-source secrets management tool for developers built in Go. It helps you manage, protect, and fix problems in your code and security posture

react native vs flutter

Flutter vs. React Native – Which is The Better Framework?

Mobile development has exploded over the past decade. In the beginning, we tried to cheat the system by wrapping up JavaScript frameworks to masquerade as a

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