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Most Popular, Fastest-Growing Programming Languages for Developers
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Most Popular, Fastest-Growing Programming Languages for Developers

SlashData's 21st State of the Developer Nation Report listed JavaScript as the most popular programming language in the third quarter.

Robot Taxi Boats Take to the Water in Amsterdam
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Robot Taxi Boats Take to the Water in Amsterdam

An autonomous boat taxi is set for deployment in the canals of Amsterdam.

Developers: Intel's Automated Debugging Tool ControlFlag Now Open Source
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Developers: Intel's Automated Debugging Tool ControlFlag Now Open Source

ControlFlag can automatically detect anomalies in software code - and it could spare developers hours of tedious work.

Google to Pay Developers to Make Open Source Projects More Secure
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Google to Pay Developers to Make Open Source Projects More Secure

Google is investing $1 million in the Linux Foundation's Secure Open Source pilot program to make open source projects more secure.

Robot-Prepped Pizza at 800 Degrees
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Robot-Prepped Pizza at 800 Degrees

Autonomous pizza machine developer 800 Degrees Pizza has partnered with an international pizza brand to offer a fully automated pizza-making experience.

Programming Languages: Rust Developers Earn Higher Salaries, but It's Not All Good News
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Programming Languages: Rust Developers Earn Higher Salaries, but It's Not All Good News

Technology training company O'Reilly surveyed U.K. and U.S. software developers to assess trends in the data and artificial intelligence sectors.

More Shark-Spotting Drones, Drumlines Added to NSW Coastlines
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More Shark-Spotting Drones, Drumlines Added to NSW Coastlines

Australia's New South Wales will spend AU$21.4 million (US$15.4 million) to expand its shark management program with drones, drumlines, and beach-monitoring stations...

Programming Languages: Python is on the Verge of Another Big Step Forward
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Programming Languages: Python is on the Verge of Another Big Step Forward

Python could soon take first place in one more programming language popularity ranking.

Microsoft Warns Over Unusual Malware That Targets Windows, Linux
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Microsoft Warns Over Unusual Malware That Targets Windows, Linux

Microsoft security researchers are warning customers about the LemonDuck crypto-mining malware that attacks Windows and Linux systems.

Developers Reveal Programming Languages They Love, Dread
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Developers Reveal Programming Languages They Love, Dread

Programmer community Stack Overflow's 2021 survey of 83,439 software developers in 181 countries found the vast majority (86.69%) named Mozilla's Rust their "most...

$49 Malware Receives Major Upgrade to Strike Windows, macOS PCs
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$49 Malware Receives Major Upgrade to Strike Windows, macOS PCs

Researchers at Check Point Research said the Windows-based malware variant known as Formbook has been upgraded to infiltrate Mac computers.

Quantum Computing's Next Big Challenge: A Quantum Skills Shortage
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Quantum Computing's Next Big Challenge: A Quantum Skills Shortage

Increasing qubit counts and improving error correction is hard enough. But quantum computing companies are finding one of the biggest challenges might be to find...

Hackers Used Never-Before-Seen Wiper in Attack on Iranian Train System
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Hackers Used Never-Before-Seen Wiper in Attack on Iranian Train System

SentinelOne analysts were able to recreate the July 9 attack and identify the threat actor behind it.

Top Programming Language for Data Science: Python Still Rules, Followed by SQL
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Top Programming Language for Data Science: Python Still Rules, Followed by SQL

While data scientists might be creating clever data visualizations, many decision makers still don't understand stories told through data.

Microsoft Just Published a Workaround for this Important Windows 10 Flaw
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Microsoft Just Published a Workaround for this Important Windows 10 Flaw

Microsoft offers a workaround to a bug that could give attackers the ability to copy an organization's password hashes for offline cracking.

Tech Workers Are Preparing to Quit. Persuading Them to Stay Won't Be Easy
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Tech Workers Are Preparing to Quit. Persuading Them to Stay Won't Be Easy

A survey of 1,000 technology workers and 500 IT decision makers found that only 29% of employees surveyed plan to remain at their current jobs for the next 12 months...

Data Security Rules Instituted for U.S. Payment Processing System
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Data Security Rules Instituted for U.S. Payment Processing System

New data security rules governing the payment system that facilitates direct deposits and direct payments for nearly all U.S. bank and credit union accounts are...

Mozilla Partners with Princeton Researchers for Privacy-Focused Data Sharing Platform on Firefox
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Mozilla Partners with Princeton Researchers for Privacy-Focused Data Sharing Platform on Firefox

The Mozilla Web browser's newly-launched Rally data sharing platform is designed to strengthen users' data privacy.

Linux Foundation Creates Standards for Voice Technology with Major Partners
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Linux Foundation Creates Standards for Voice Technology with Major Partners

The Linux Foundation and partners Target, Microsoft, Veritone, Schwarz Gruppe, Wegmans Food Markets, and Deutsche Telekom, created the Open Voice Network.

IT Leaders Say Cybersecurity Funding Being Wasted on Remote Work Support: Survey
From ACM TechNews

IT Leaders Say Cybersecurity Funding Being Wasted on Remote Work Support: Survey

In a JumpCloud survey of IT decision-makers at small and medium-sized enterprises, 56% think their organizations are spending too much to enable remote work.
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