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Carsten Eilers for CTOvision

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Carsten Eilers, author of ‘HTML5 Security’ recently did a guest post for CTOvision regarding his chosen subject topic : HTML5 Security. “HTML5 brings new opportunities – for developers and for attackers. Here you will see two examples of how an attacker could abuse HTML5 and how you as a developer could prevent this (or not). These […]

Review: Presenting for Geeks

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 GeeksEdward  (arkangelofkaos) recently did a review of ‘Presenting for Geeks’ by Dirk Haun. Here’s what he had to say:   “A presentation is not about the content or about you – it’s about the audience.” WHAT IS IT ABOUT? Dirk Haun brings to us the wonderful and concise ‘Presenting for Geeks’. Reassuringly well presented, he […]

‘Why I love WebSockets’

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Author of ‘WebSockets’, Scott Mattocks, has a guest post up on CTOvision ‘Why I love WebSockets’ You can check it out here: http://ctovision.com/2013/04/why-i-love-websockets/#comments To get your hands on the book itself just head on over to the Developer.Press website. It’s available for only $4.99! http://developerpress.com/en/websockets-introduction  

BDD with JavaScript anyone? Sneaky peek into our next release….

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Behaviour Driven Development by Marco Emrich is all set to be released this month. Keep your eyes peeled on here and on Twitter to find out more about the actual release date. Here’s what the book is all about: Improve your productivity with Behaviour Driven Development Test Driven Development (TDD) has become a cornerstone of […]

What’s our status?

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Today we have a guest post from ‘Presenting for Geeks’ author Dirk Haun.  In “What’s our Status?” Dirk  muses on how red and green status lights don’t really help you to fully understand the status of a complex system. He may not  have a solution but instead calls for ideas in the hope that it […]