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All code is guilty until proven innocent. Or at least, that’s what the Quality Assurance department (QA) at your company has told you (They’re right you know). Be it a new feature that was introduced to your system or an unintentional human error, bugs are meant to occur. And it falls down to the QA Engineer… Read More
10 minutes before you fall asleep, your mind begins to ask the weirdest of questions; Why am I alive? How’s the future going to be? Will my smart fridge tell my mother about my chocolate addiction? Well, I hate to break it to you mate but it’s not your fridge, fridges can’t talk. It’s rather your ex-girlfrien… Read More
“When someone says you’ve changed, say yes. I recently have updated my version”.  On October/29, Drupal has announced the beginning of the Alpha1 phase for the 9.3.0 version of Drupal. Usually, the goal for the Alpha phase is to begin the preparations of the minor releases and provide a testing target for the… Read More
Richard Clarke once said, “If you spend more on coffee than on IT security, you will be hacked”. In an ever-changing, fast-paced field such as Information Technology, security and privacy have become the main concern. After all, it seems that if you give your data to any company, they either sell it, leak it,… Read More
If there’s one thing we learned from Star Trek: Nemesis, it’s always to remember to back up your Data *I’m not crying.. You ARE!*. After all, the sacrifice of Data (God rest his codes) saved Captain Picard and the Enterprise. However, this scene was also a wake-up call for individuals and businesses alike; wh… Read More