Krebs on Security starts our week with an update on the Wendy’s data breach. They are up to over 1000 stores affected. Brian de Heus shows us how to hide a payload in a PNG using Python. At Machine Learning Mastery, they give us some ideas on how to deal with missing values in machine […]

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The Google Security Blog starts our day as they talk about experimenting with post-quantum cryptography. Most of us do not need to worry about the details of this, but just be glad that some very smart people are doing something. Ayende @ Rahien continues the database internals series with two more posts on the performance […]

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It was another slow news day, but there is always something interesting to read. First, High Scalability gives us an interesting post on Machine Learning Driven Programming. This is really a post on the directions that companies like Google and Facebook are going, with deep learning replacing whole subsystems. At Ayende @ Rahien, we get […]

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It was another slow news day but there is still plenty of good reading. On Java Code Geeks, we get a good post on using TF-IDF in practice. This is one of the main indexing methods behind libraries like Lucene, so if you are interested in document searches or indexing in general, it is a […]

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As I slowly get back from vacation, I am just posting the links for today. Things should return to normal tomorrow. As always, enjoy today’s items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites. Startups, Career and Process How to train your Agile | Dan North Mission Driven Founders | AVC The Corrosive Nature […]

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