Education

The Brilliance That Saved the Web from WannaCry to Removing Ignorance From Those That Build It

WannaCry No More The WannaCry scam is a virus that infiltrates your computer and locks you out of it, providing a code which you must quote when making a ransom payment in bitcoin for the safe return of your system. The virus is implanted using code that originated as a ‘cyber weapon’ of the NSA, called Eternal Blue, which was developed to provide unprecedented levels of access to computers using the Microsoft Windows operating system (for the purpose of accessing terrorist and.

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YouTube’s Facelift and Some Useful Hacks To Use on Your Phones and Web Browsers

YouTube Gets a Facelift YouTube is a global platform, with 1.3 billion users, 300 hours of content uploaded every minute and 5 billion videos watched a day, it’s in a league of its own. The platform only turned 12 in late April this year but is something that virtually every person is accustomed to using. In order to stay at the top of its game, the platform needs to keep evolving much like any other technology. Which is why Youtube is currently.

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8.5 WordPress Dev Improvements You Can Make Without Hiring Us!

Anyone with a website, WordPress or otherwise, will receive and most likely hates the typical web developer prospecting email. Everyone will have had one at one time or another, or several times a day if you are particularly “fortunate”. So this post is the antithesis of that email. I am not messaging saying I can offer you a service. Instead, today is about 8.5 things you, yes you, can do to your own WordPress website in order to improve it; all of which is.

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Networking for Diversity in Tech

Current Diversity in Tech One of the biggest problems facing the global technology sector is a lack of diversity; the ratio of male and female employees in major tech companies like Google, Facebook and Apple is 7:3. The percentage of black employees is even more disheartening; at YouTube and Twitter this is only 2% of the total workforce. The trend is common within Silicon Valley; the majority of employees are either white or Asian males. For the complete breakdown, please see the.

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When I grow up I wanna be….

The day has come, the world has changed and I feel like I belong in a museum. A new generation of tech savvy youngsters, with a greater understanding of the technical world than their parents, use tablets, mobiles and computers to advance their education at a faster rate than ever before and many learn coding fundamentals through games from as young as five! Gamification is a very diverse market, targeting different age categories from primary school children through to secondary school and adults. There is.

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