Happened from 2016-01-10 to 2016-01-17


Cultura y XP nos funciona

By Eduardo Ferro Aldama (noreply@blogger.com) on 2016-01-11

agilidad, alea soluciones, Desarrollo, Vida De informático

Siguiendo con el tema de las prácticas y métodos que nos funcionan como equipo, voy a intentar describir la experiencia que hemos tenido en los últimos casi 4 años en el equipo de producto en Alea Soluciones creando desde cero un equipo ágil con una cultura fuerte y usando XP.

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Microservices: Pros, Cons, and How Cycligent Solves the Cons

By Brian Whipple on 2016-01-12

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Part 1: The Advantages of Microservices A few months back the team began doing research on the latest software architecture craze called Microservices. Like most developers, we were cautiously optimistic as we approached this new way of doing things. We decided to start documenting as many pros and cons as possible. After reading about other’s … Continue reading Microservices: Pros, Cons, and How Cycligent Solves the Cons

The post Microservices: Pros, Cons, and How Cycligent Solves the Cons appeared first on Cycligent.com/blog.

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Stabilization Phases

On 2016-01-14

While sipping my morning coffee, and scrolling through facebook on my phone, I found myself inundated with updates by Tesla owners who were excited that their cars could now drives themselves into a garage. My response to those facebook updates was perhaps a little cynical; but I told them all:

It will be a long time before I trust software to drive car I am in. Because I -- know.

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Fixing The New OpenSSH Roaming Bug

By support@scriptrock.com (ScriptRock) on 2016-01-14

Fixing The New OpenSSH Roaming Bug

Call it an experiment gone wrong: a bug in a test feature of the OpenSSH client was found to be highly vulnerable to exploitation today, potentially leaking cryptographic keys to malicious attackers. First discovered and announced by the Qualys Security Team, the vulnerability affects OpenSSH versions 5.4 through 7.1. Here's what you need to know about bug, including remediation tips.

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Snoop Dogg to Server Admins: "Fix Your Sh*t"

By support@scriptrock.com (ScriptRock) on 2016-01-14

One of our main objectives is to explain the costs of unplanned outages and help you prevent them from ever occurring in the first place. It's never merely time and money lostcustomer trust and your reputation take hits, too. We've written many articles about it and work with companies on improving their service reliability every day. 

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Google is winning the cloud pricing and performance war

By Janakiram MSV on 2016-01-14

Find out if Google's claims that Google Cloud Platform is the price/performance leader in public cloud hold water.

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Cloud security market to be worth $12 billion by 2022, here's why

By Conner Forrest on 2016-01-14

A recent market study by Transparency Market Research projects the cloud security market to grow to $11.8 billion by 2022. Here are the factors that could fuel that growth.

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I visited Scytl

By Carlos Ble on 2016-01-14

Company Visit

In October 2015, just two months before the Spanish elections I was lucky to visit Scytl and work there as a consultant for a week. Thanks to my good friends Manu Martin (@ManuCervello) and Alvaro Garcia (@alvarobiz) who are currently working in there as agile coach and developer respectively. I met a different team each […]

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Microsoft cuts Azure prices as competition with AWS, Google heats up

By Conner Forrest on 2016-01-15

Microsoft recently announced price cuts for its Azure Dv2 instances to fulfill its promise to remain cost-competitive with AWS. Here are the details.

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Mapa de opinión en Twitter con Python y Minecraft

By guadatech on 2016-01-15

Sin categoría, Didactica, Minecraft, Python

Extraído de la documentación del proyecto : Idea Este proyecto es la continuación lógica del taller sobre Python que impartimos en Uleila . El el vamos mas allá de los conceptos básicos del lenguaje y se intenta hacer algo mas...

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Hot Potato – Windows Privilege Escalation

By breenmachine on 2016-01-16

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By @breenmachine Privilege Escalation on Windows 7,8,10, Server 2008, Server 2012 … and a new network attack How it works Hot Potato (aka: Potato) takes advantage of known issues in Windows to gain local privilege escalation in default configurations, namely NTLM relay (specifically HTTP->SMB relay) and NBNS spoofing. If this sounds vaguely familiar, it’s because a … Continue reading Hot Potato – Windows Privilege Escalation

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