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Four short links: 20 May 2020

The Paradox of Source Code Secrecy — In a world of privatized decisionmaking, the largely consistent move towards closed code in software sectors, has a number of deleterious results for…

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Drawing the coronavirus

What does the coronavirus look like? Rebekah Frumkin for The Paris Review highlights various illustrations and renderings, focusing on why each looks the way it does: The disease that has…

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Rivers know this

“Rivers know this: there is no hurry. We shall get there some day.” Tags: patience Source: Data

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Document worth reading: “The Internet of Things: a Survey and Outlook”

The recent history has witnessed disruptive advances in disciplines related to information and communication technologies that have laid a rich technological ecosystem for the growth and maturity of latent paradigms…

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Florida data manager fired over transparency of Covid-19 data

Rebekah Jones, GIS manager for the Florida Department of Health, was fired a couple of weeks ago, apparently for making the state’s Covid-19 data more accessible and transparent. Florida Today…

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Cloud Adoption in 2020

To continue learning and to get ahead with your career, check out O’Reilly Learning with a free trial.  Live online training, videos, books, certification prep, and more, from O’Reilly and our partner…

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Announcing Refresh Summary for Premium Capacity Admins

Refresh Summaries Announcement Source: PowerBI

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Branching Patterns: Future Branch

Future Branch: A single branch used for changes that are too invasive to be handled with other approaches. more… Source: martinfowler

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Preparing for a threat modeling session

Jim explains how to prepare for a threat modeling session. There are three key questions to focus on: what are you building, what can go wrong, and what are you…

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Four short links: 19 May 2020

This Service Helps Malware Authors Fix Flaws in their Code (Krebs on Security) — Of course the Bad Guys(tm) are going to want security audits. Of course! “We can examine…