Here is a breakdown from Tech Republic on the Best Product, Engineering Departments to work for. Don’t be surprised if Adobe and Apple are in there again? Click here for more…
Ahh, here’s where it gets interesting. An ebook that breaks down the options that compare to Microsoft Word and Excel. From Google Docs to Apache OpenWriter, the ebook offers all kinds of alternatives and gives you the Pros and Cons of each. Great job! Take a read here.
Listen, I think you need read this post and watch the video. There is some great information from both on the latest updates from Microsoft and what experts think about them. The problem that I have now is that all the updates are so massive that if you are not on a fiber connection to the outside world, you are screwed. Screwed! Did I say that THEY ARE MASSIVE! Take a read here and let me know what you think.
Ghidra (an open-source advanced hacking tool) is going to be released by the NSA Cybersecurity advisor Rob Joyce and the RSA security group. Read here for more. This is awesome!
The scripting language has re-entered into the TIOBE index for the top 50 scripting languages. Who would have thought? Read and listen for more here from a post by Alison DeNisco Rayome on March 4th, 2018.
From Screen (square) to Display (equals or beats similar models) and everything in between, take a look at this New Android Tablet made in China. Reviewed by Jack Waldon with helpful comparisons to like models and brands.
I am certain that you have been reading or getting notifications on your mobile devices about the recently discovered security flaw with Intel chips knows as Meltdown. Apple has addressed part of the issue with security updates and is hoping not to decrease performance. The flaw affects all Mac devices except the Apple Watch according the the company.
A very interesting read. You can get more more here…
A great article in the NY Times from Helen Cooper. We found out that the government’s 22 Million Dollar Fund ($22,000,000) was hidden in a $600,000,000 fund and now we know what it was for! Love it!
My favorite quote – From Sara Seager, an astrophysicist from M.I.T., “what people sometimes don’t get about science is that we often have phenomena that remain unexplained.”
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