“You just got pwned!” In the gaming world, pwn is a leetspeak term for dominating a rival. However, nowadays, pwn is associated with hacking. Being pwned is being compromised. It may
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Will You Share Your Password?
Just recently, a Member of Parliament in the UK admitted on Twitter that she shares her login credentials to her staff. Her statement shook the Twitterverse with horrified replies from
Excel at 30: A Look Back on Spreadsheets
30 years ago, November 1987, MS Excel was officially launched. It is a spreadsheet software used primarily for bookkeeping purposes. But before that, there was Lotus 123 by IBM, and
New Internet Extensions
The domain name industry is constantly evolving since the .com extension became famous back in 1985. By the middle of last year, the Internet had almost 335 million domain names
The Software Development Process
Software is a very unique product. Not only because it is a creative product protected by intellectual property, but also because it is not a finished product. CODE. TEST. REPEAT.
Google is a Noun (and Other Things to Remember)
As developers wrap up their projects, one of the things they need to finish is the documentation. And as always, there are a few guidelines on how to write things
Are We Really Ready For Chatbots?
Conversations in user interfaces are very much in. Chat features still works for sales, customer service, and tech support. But a new breed has come in the form of chatbots.
Phyton Crawls Its Way Up
The computer language Phyton is becoming popular on Stack Overflow. This is based on the growing number of visits to website posts tagged “Python”. Stack Overflow is the largest online
Begin With C
Let’s start from the very beginning. When we speak we we begin with A, B, C. But in computer programming, experts say that it’s better to begin with C. There
The Vulnerable Software
With the recent hacking on HBO plus the WannaCry and NotPetya ransomware attacks a few weeks back, you couldn’t help but ask how vulnerable a software can be. In this