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Leveraging the power of internet.
Leveraging the power of internet.

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Today's WWW is built on pillars of sand: Buggy, exploitable ...

The web has a security problem: code libraries. Almost 88 per cent of the top 75,000 websites and 47 per cent of .com websites rely on at least one vulnerable ...
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Become a coder with the $15 Complete Web Developer Course ($200 value)

The world of coding can be intimidating if you're new to the game and don't know where to start. Today there exists an ocean of programming languages, development tools, and online resources, and all of this information makes it hard to even know where ...
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An Unconventional Journey for a Female Scientist to Web Developer

Some in the tech industry may call me an “alternative candidate.” I don't have a computer science degree, and I've never had an internship at a tech company.
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Is WebAssembly replacing JavaScript?

Over the years, JavaScript has emerged as the go-to language for programmers who need to develop their web applications more interactive and user-friendly.
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Friday's business agenda

Students will learn common programming concepts; the basics of Web development; the difference between a website and a Web app; and what can be built with various programming languages.
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Spotlight: Albert Bretado

Web Developer, Gilbert Bretado, is making strides toward the future in society using technology which he hopes can benefit the future students at Rio Hondo College.
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Best Websites of 2017 to be Recognized by Web Marketing Association

“Excellence deserves recognition and the WebAwards look into all aspects of website development, It's not just a beauty contest for Websites,” said William Rice, president of the Web Marketing Association.
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DRM in HTML5 is a victory for the open Web, not a defeat

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the industry body that oversees development of many Web-related technologies, is again considering the development of a specification enabling DRM-protected media in HTML content. And the group working on ...
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Software Engineer Yeng Tan Is Helping Students Sqzee the Most Out of College

Tan and eight friends began developing Sqzee in 2015, working up to 15 hours a week while starting the website. After two years, they've cut those hours in half, because their work has brought them to a point where they're upgrading Sqzee, not building it.
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