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August 22, 2019
The Confidential Computing Consortium mobilizes hardware vendors, cloud providers, developers and open source experts with the Linux Foundation to find ways to secure data in use.
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How do you become a good programmer? Accept that you have bad programming habits. The authors of 'The Pragmatic Programmer' share tips for defensive code creation. Continue Reading
Every team has its own ideas about coding practices. What types of code standards should our team embrace to produce quality work as we develop applications? Continue Reading
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Code review gums up the Agile, iterative works. Assisted and automated code review tools improve quality, and there's a mix of products out there for different workflows and needs. Continue Reading
Collaborating on a code review process will not only improve the quality of a codebase, but it's also an easy way to build solid, team-wide best practices. Continue Reading
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Developers only have so much time available. Here's how to prioritize code refactoring so you get the most value from the least amount of effort. Continue Reading
WET code leaves apps bogged down. Learn how to reduce the challenges brought on by code redundancy by programming based on the DRY principle. Continue Reading
Apps can bind to dependencies with various levels of interconnectedness -- sometimes to deleterious effect. Here's how to approach software dependency management and reduction. Continue Reading
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Too many features in Wi-Fi devices can breed some serious code bugs. One coping mechanism is to seek help from fellow customers and network integrators. Continue Reading
It's important to take finding the root cause of a defect seriously in an Agile team using continuous improvement. Expert Amy Reichert explains how she narrows it down. Continue Reading