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Richi Jennings
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Editor, analyst, writer, fool.
Editor, analyst, writer, fool.

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“People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around.”
― Terry Pratchett (RIP)
/v @Danealle13
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Patent applications for AI technology skyrocket

Should you apply for a patent for that new AI tech idea you've been working on? Some experts say it's better to have a patent portfolio than not, while others recommend focusing on quality rather than quantity. Here are things to consider as you make your decision.
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EV certs are dead, opines infamous Aussie infosec MVP
Think twice before paying extra for a green bar that no longer appears.

#ExtendedValidation certificates: So long, we hardly knew ye.

That, at least, is the conclusion of our old mate +Troy Hunt, the figurehead behind haveibeenpwned.com. He maintains that EV certs never really solved the problem they claimed to, and have become pointless after recent changes to how browsers display URLs (see also SecBW passim).

Strewth! Fair suck of the sav, EV is cactus. It’s +Richi Jennings#SecurityBlogwatch at #TechBeacon, yous galahs:
https://techbeacon.com/ev-certs-are-dead-opines-infamous-aussie-infosec-mvp
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It's time to get to know how to develop using cloud native tools because it's quickly becoming the dominant cloud-based programming paradigm.
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Another conversation I really enjoyed at VMworld
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Before you get too wound up about container-specific security worries, make sure you've got your security basics covered.
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But, some people are having fits about Linux development--not Linux developers--being taken over by Social Justice Warriors. <Rolls eyes>
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You need strong talent to achieve infrastructure as code

Companies are drawn to accelerate IT development with a renewed focus on developer managed architecture. During a recent VMworld presentation, reports
+Lynn Greiner, experts discussed barriers to agility, the cultural changes to make infrastructure as code work, and how to avoid tool mania.

https://www.hpe.com/us/en/insights/articles/you-need-strong-talent-to-achieve-infrastructure-as-code-1809.html

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