More code deploys mean fewer security headaches

Organizations with high rates of code deployments spend half as much time fixing security issues as organizations without such frequent code updates, according to a newly released study. In its latest State of Devops report, devops software provider Puppet found that by better integrating security objectives into daily work, teams in “high-performing organizations” build more secure systems.
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Is no design the new design?

Ah, I remember the days well when everything was a shiny, drop-shadowed gradient, with at least 6 pieces of clip art, and a stock photo of 5 celebratory office workers.We loved pictures of keyboards with nonsensical buttons on them, and 3D-effect stick people holding glossy symbols. And then what happened?
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How to use an HTML boilerplate

We’re sure that every web designer would like to think of the sites they create as being unique. That’s likely true from a content and design perspective, but the underlying foundations of the vast majority of sites are very similar.
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Monitor and Protect Docker Containers with Nessus 6.6

Containers are great and provide organizations with the platform and tools necessary to develop and deploy applications more efficiently than traditional software applications or virtual machines. Containers also have the potential to exponentially increase your exposure to vulnerabilities and risk.
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Do easy projects really exist?

Has anyone ever tried to lure you into doing a project by telling you that it will be easy? Or, have you looked over the requirements of a potential project and decided that its going to be simple and straightforward?
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