background preloader


Facebook Twitter

SnoopSnitch app uses radio signals to find nearby tracking devices. A new free App on the Google play market, created by security researchers Alex Senier, Karsten Nohl, and Tobias Engel from SRLabs in Berlin, called SnoopSnitch is now available.

SnoopSnitch app uses radio signals to find nearby tracking devices

SnoopSnitch can detect and warn smartphone users if their devices are giving up their personal information and connecting to them. The security researchers presented their App at the recently concluded Chaos Computer Congress’ annual hackers conference in Hamburg. The official Google Play listing reads: ‘SnoopSnitch collects and analyzes mobile radio data to make you aware of your mobile network security and to warn you about threats like fake base stations (IMSI catchers), user tracking, and SS7 attacks.’ Tribler - Privacy using our Tor-inspired onion routing. The 14 mistakes that will kill your independent development shop. Deciding to go it alone as an independent software developer is a liberating experience.

The 14 mistakes that will kill your independent development shop

The thrill of being your own boss cannot be denied -- neither can the fact that being your own boss means building a business. It’s no longer simply about the code. Everything is your responsibility, from paperwork to partnerships, and with this increasing burden come greater pitfalls that can sink your business. While one little mistake might not tank your independent software business immediately, such missteps tend to accumulate. It’s easy to get lost in your code, thinking everything is fine; suddenly, a pack of problems pounce from the shadows to tear your business to shreds.

Then it’s back to the résumé heap, hoping to get hired as a full-time employee again. Here are 14 mistakes independent developers too often make in going it alone -- and how to avoid them. Indie dev mistake No. 1: Coding yourself out of business When coding, it’s all too easy to focus only on the work in front of you. Писмо Жандармерији: Ујео вас је пас кога сте хранили « КМ Новине. Ово је тренутак када није време за мудровање и давање лекција.

Писмо Жандармерији: Ујео вас је пас кога сте хранили « КМ Новине

NightHacking. PHP HTTP client and framework for consuming RESTful web services — Guzzle documentation. Guzzle is a PHP HTTP client that makes it easy to work with HTTP/1.1 and takes the pain out of consuming web services.

PHP HTTP client and framework for consuming RESTful web services — Guzzle documentation

Pluggable HTTP adapters that can send requests serially or in parallelDoesn't require cURL, but uses cURL by defaultStreams data for both uploads and downloadsProvides event hooks & plugins for cookies, caching, logging, OAuth, mocks, etc...Keep-Alive & connection poolingSSL VerificationAutomatic decompression of response bodiesStreaming multipart file uploadsConnection timeouts $client = new GuzzleHttp\Client();$res = $client->get(' [ 'auth' => ['user', 'pass']]);echo $res->getStatusCode(); // 200echo $res->getHeader('content-type'); // 'application/json; charset=utf8'echo $res->getBody(); // {"type":"User"...'var_export($res->json()); // Outputs the JSON decoded data HTTP Components There are a number of optional libraries you can use along with Guzzle's HTTP layer to add capabilities to the client.

Log Subscriber OAuth Subscriber Signs requests using OAuth 1.0. DevExpress Webinars - Team Foundation Server for Developers. Hands-on with Javascript and NoSql. Why this book?

Hands-on with Javascript and NoSql

In the last few years, we came across different client side projects which were traditionally built on J2ee or other Open Source Technologies such as PHP, Ruby etc. On the other hand, the year 2013 saw increasing popularity of several javascript frameworks like Angular.js, Backbone.js which in turn gained momentum in client side development. These strong winds of change were brought about structural framework, coding and performance enhancement in development and production environment became absolutely imperative. On top of that emerging small sized projects and start-up companies have shown growing interest in adapting those new technologies.Evolving trends for storing non-structure data within repository is collectively called nosql in 2013.

It is obvious that these fresh trends are clearly coming with new set of tools in software which revolve around javascript and nosql related repositories.Today javascript is not merely used for client side validation. Composite UI for Service Oriented Systems Overview. ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC: Differences You Should Know! We Recommend These Resources Ever since the day Microsoft has started working on the ASP.NET MVC framework, one of the major concerns for the developers was its ability to reuse features from ASP.NET Web forms.

ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC: Differences You Should Know!

There are many people who believe that ASP.NET MVC has replaced conventional Web Forms. Unfortunately, this perception is totally wrong! Both of them are totally different and share their own pros and cons. Of course, you can mix up both of them in one application, but no one has replaced the other one. ASP.Net Web Forms are part of the ASP.NET web application framework It has solved a lot of problems by creating a high-level abstraction over the stateless web and the stimulated stateful model for the developers. IFrame must die! – My thoughts.

Jordi Burgos - ExcellentExport.js update: Javascript export to Excel and CSV. Book Review: Web Crawling and Data Mining with Apache Nutch. PaaS: Service Orchestration Vs Container Orchestration. In Krishnan Subramanian's post "PaaS Is Dead.

PaaS: Service Orchestration Vs Container Orchestration

Long Live PaaS", he makes a distinction between the old and new worlds of PaaS, citing two distinct "flavors of PaaS". The first being service orchestration and second being container orchestration. Why we love Scala at Coursera - Coursera Technology. Why Scala is Coursera’s primary serving language Coursera is a rapidly evolving platform for education at scale.

Why we love Scala at Coursera - Coursera Technology

Our Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs, enable millions of students to take quality academic courses from top universities around the globe. In the two years since the company’s founding, we’ve grown our user base and engineering team exponentially, experimenting with several languages and frameworks along the way. We’ve come to the conclusion that Scala should be our primary–if not exclusive–serving language.