It is Tuesday, so of course that means we get a pile of new security articles 🙂 On Krebs on Security, they talk about a recent phish at Seagate where it exposed all employee W-2’s. That is a huge problem given the amount of personal information available. Softpedia reports on the Custom Content Type Manager… Read More Geek Reading March 8, 2016 #1058
In my daily work, I use both an RDBMS and MarkLogic, an XML database. MarkLogic can be considered akin to the newer NoSQL databases, but it has the added structure of XML and standard languages in XQuery and XPath. The NoSQL databases are typically storing documents or key-value pairs, and some other things in between. Given… Read More Is Object Serialization Evil?