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DevOps may finally help deliver the software automation we’ve been waiting for

What does it take to bring about a DevOpsian culture? Business and IT leaders now say they are practicing DevOps, in which the talents and output of their development teams are coordinated to meet the ever-increasing cadence of software updates. Recent surveys show that while a majority of organizations say they are now practicing DevOps, most haven’t fully implemented DevOps… Read more →

The best PC deals from Staples Black Friday ad include $150 Chromebook

Staples Black Friday ad Potential PC buyers are starting to get more options to consider if they plan to purchase a new system during the upcoming Black Friday shopping weekend. In addition to Dell’s Black Friday ad, we’ve also seen ads leaked from Costco and BJs Wholesale Club — even Walmart — with laptop and desktop deals. Now Staples has… Read more →

​Amazon’s consumer business moves from Oracle to AWS, but Larry Ellison won’t stop talking

Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy said that Amazon’s consumer business has almost completely dumped its Oracle databases in a move aimed at taking Oracle CTO Larry Ellison’s main punch lines away. It’s doubtful Ellison will stop talking. In a tweet, Jassy said: In latest episode of “uh huh, keep talkin’ Larry,” Amazon’s Consumer business turned off its Oracle data… Read more →

Deserialization issues also affect Ruby, not just Java, PHP, and .NET

The Ruby programming language is impacted by a similar “deserialization issue” that has affected and wreaked havoc in the Java ecosystem in 2016; an issue that later also proved to be a problem for .NET and PHP applications as well. The issue at the heart of this problem is how Ruby handles the process of serialization –and its counterpart, deserialization…. Read more →

Best Black Friday 2018 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks

It’s that time of year again. Your feeds are cluttered with deal posts. Your local stores are inundating you with sale ads. Commercials are hawking wares to festive tunes. It’s the holidays, and with that comes huge mark downs across retail, especially on Black Friday. Also: Best Black Friday deals 2018 CNET Though the specific day — and its infamous… Read more →

Best Black Friday 2018 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks

It’s that time of year again. Your feeds are cluttered with deal posts. Your local stores are inundating you with sale ads. Commercials are hawking wares to festive tunes. It’s the holidays, and with that comes huge mark downs across retail, especially on Black Friday. Also: Best Black Friday deals 2018 CNET Though the specific day — and its infamous… Read more →

Best Black Friday 2018 deals: Business Bargain Hunter’s top picks

It’s that time of year again. Your feeds are cluttered with deal posts. Your local stores are inundating you with sale ads. Commercials are hawking wares to festive tunes. It’s the holidays, and with that comes huge mark downs across retail, especially on Black Friday. Also: Best Black Friday deals 2018 CNET Though the specific day — and its infamous… Read more →

Zero-day in popular WordPress plugin exploited in the wild to take over sites

Hackers have exploited –and are currently continuing to exploit– a now-patched zero-day vulnerability in a popular WordPress plugin to install backdoors and take over sites. The vulnerability affects WP GDPR Compliance, a WordPress plugin that helps site owners become GDPR compliant. The plugin is one of the most popular GDPR-themed plugins on the WordPress Plugins directory, with over 100,000 active… Read more →