TechRepublic Member | July 24, 2012
Website and app security tips for software developers
In response to a troubling security report, Justin James shares what he's learned about securing applications after writing software for almost 20 years. Read more
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Live Webcast: What is Virtualization Technology and Why You Should Care?
Learn about what virtualization is, how it works, and what it can do for you; Explore the different types of virtualization and how it changes everything in the datacenter; Discover what finally makes practical, cost-effective virtualization possible.
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This four-step process for determining what programming skill to learn may take several hours, but once you complete it, you should know what to master to get the job you want. Read more
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Create custom buttons with CSS3
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Breaking out of design patterns
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Welcome to iOS App Builder
Learn the ins and outs of how Apple iOS App development is done by the experts. Read more
Save app coding time with the budget-friendly MultiRezer
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Delight Android users with your app's design
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Unusual costumes at Comic-Con 2012
Comic-Con 2012 was held in San Diego, CA, on July 12-15. Here are some of the more unusual costumes from this year's event. View on site
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Remote support for PCs, Macs and Smartphones (LogMeIn)
WhiteWater West Drives Agility, Tackles Unprecedented Growth with NetApp and Microsoft (NetApp)
Moving Your Fax Server to the Cloud - Should Your Company Move Its Fax Server to the Cloud? (EFax)
Oak Hills Local School District Virtualizes Desktops to Save $1.27M (NetApp)
J&B Group Keeps It Fresh With VMware and Quest VDI on NetApp (NetApp)
Chrome Web Lab: Robot artists, internet orchestras and teleporters
Google's new exhibition at the Science Museum in London features five web-controlled experiments ranging from robots that draw on sand to an invisible internet orchestra.
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