Geek Reading April 15, 2015

Security leads the way for today. The next Web reports on Kaspersky and the Dutch police collaborating on a ransomware unlocker. Google’s Project Zero talks about the details of two exploits. Praetorian shows how statistics can help crack your password quicker. As always, enjoy today‚Äôs items, and please participate in the discussions on these sites.… Read More Geek Reading April 15, 2015

Geek Reading April 10, 2015

More analysis on some research leads today’s articles. On Conversation Agent, Valeria Maltoni talks about the Adobe report and how culture is driving trends. First Round Review discusses what they wish they knew when building data products. In the *aaS section, Amazon announced multiple things, including a machine learning product and elastic file system. As… Read More Geek Reading April 10, 2015

Geek Reading April 8, 2015

Lots of good development articles today. First, Living social shows us how to work with responsive tables in pure CSS. James Long complains about catching exceptions and promises in JavaScript. Frank McSherry talks about differential dataflow in Rust. An excellent quote (paraphrased) from the opening keynote of the conference I am attending, “Software is not… Read More Geek Reading April 8, 2015