The devcli

Every time you join a new company or project you start with setting up the environment for yourself locally. Historically this was a massive pain in the (@$@%$&#), but with the help of our saviors…

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2017 week 04 in programming

The Line of Death In web browsers, the browser itself usually fully controls the top of the window, while pixels under the top are under control of the site. If a user trusts pixels above the line o…

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2017 week 3 in programming

Trello Is Being Acquired By Atlassian We wanted Trello to be fluid and adaptable to a huge range of problems that all revolved around getting people on the same page. We’ve been humbled and ex…

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2017 week 2 in programming

A simple demo of phishing by abusing the browser autofill feature None The Programmer’s Guide to Booking a Plane Crawling the Southwest websiteA quick look at Southwest’s site revealed no A…

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2016 week 52 in programming

Creating an ELF Virus using Assembly With even more luck, your virus would gain notoriety like the Whale Virus or the Michelangelo Virus. The way to achieve this is to: - change the entry point to t…

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2016 week 51 in programming

Python 3.6 released! None Bootstrap 4 drops IE9 support and goes full flexbox None The Programmer’s Guide to Booking a Concert The simple keyword search would not allow me to write a query lik…

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2016 week 50 in programming

AMD creates a tool to convert CUDA code to portable, vendor-neutral C++ HIP allows developers to convert CUDA code to portable C++. The same source code can be compiled to run on NVIDIA or AMD GPUs.…

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2016 week 49 in programming

This guy taught me better than my professor. Welcome to Programming from A to Z! “Programming from A to Z” is a course I teach at ITP. This playlist is anyone who would like to follow al…

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