5 Simple Steps to Achieve Agile Security

6 months ago
In agile environments, the traditional approach to security no longer works and design principles apply instead. Seen as another quality attribute, security becomes relative every step of the way. Only by considering the security and privacy consequences from concept to deployment can you remain in control in a fast changing landscape. In a secure development lifecycle, everyone needs to understand their part. Product owners should learn how to apply threat modeling to identify and prevent risks and to create evil user stories. Developers shou
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3 key ingredients that make you a better developer

6 months ago
IT is a booming business, but that doesn't mean everyone who's drawn to it will become a great developer. Many students sign up for an IT education for the wrong reasons. I've had classmates who enrolled in IT-related degree programs because they liked gaming or working with computers. Maybe they created a website for a neighbor or relative with a small business and thought, "I could do this for a living."  Yes, these are good indicators of an interest in IT, but these things alone are not enough to guarantee you'll become a great developer. Ther
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4 Training Trends Your Business Should Know

8 months ago
Professional development, as a concept, is nothing new - it makes sense to nurture talent and build your employees' skill sets. But with the transforming tides of today's IT world, the ways in which companies approach training are rapidly changing too. For organizations that want to remain flexible, responsive and competitive in today's continuously fluctuating marketplace, knowledge is not only power; it's a priority. Here are four training trends we see emerging: 1. Investing in "People" Development Savvy companies are stra
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