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Interruptions, administrative tasks, and too many meetings are among the common complaints voiced by today's professionals. When was the last time someone complained about a canceled meeting? In other words, everyone understands what hinders productivity, right? Not so fast, says computer scientist Cal Newport. While we all realize that interruptions and fragmented time are troublesome, we fail to recognize: The frequency of interruptions: We convince ourselves that we are focusing on one task at a time, such as a complex interaction design problem.
The evolution of technology today occurs at an alarmingly fast rate. Just within the last ten years, technology has grown, transformed, and is almost unrecognizable to what it was before. Many would attribute that growth to the boom in the business, a technological gold rush if you will. With more and more tech startups on...
When it comes to building a conversational chat assistant that could be used at a small or enterprise level, Dialogflow would most likely be one of the first options that would show up in your search list. But apart from its console that is provided to design and manage an Agent, how can we create a chat assistant that can be used within our built web applications, too?
On the Websec.io site a new tutorial has been posted (a sort of continuation from this previous article) showing how to keep secrets safe in a PHP and Docker environment without too much overhead. In a previous post I covered one method you can use to secure the credentials in your PHP application. In that article I provided an example specific to the use of Apache and its envvars handling to read in values and pass them along to the waiting PHP process as $_ENV variables. This in combination with the psecio/secure_dotenv library allowed you to pass along an encryption key that could be used to decrypt values from the application's .env file. While this works for a flat Apache and PHP environment, the world has moved beyond that basic setup and has moved to using another popular environment building tool: Docker. [...] So, if we move forward with current technology, we need a way to secure our credentials in a Docker-based environment that makes use of PHP-FPM and Nginx. Fortunately there's a relatively simple way to handle this with just a few configuration changes. The tutorial starts with an overview of what technologies are involved in the environment (Docker, PHP-FPM, Nginx and Vault) and some of the options for storing secrets with Docker. It then gets into the configuration files needed to create the environment: a Docker Composer configuration, the Nginx server definition, the PHP-FPM settings and the .env file that contains the secrets. Using these pieces and some special configuration directives, the secrets are injected into Docker when the containers are built and storing them in-memory rather that on disk.
In 2019, the state of New Hampshire made great strides in legitimizing Bitcoin and other digital assets. The state’s legislature passed a bill that recognized... The post Progress Of Bitcoin Trading In New Hampshire In 2019 appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
GitLab announced the release of GitLab 14.3 with project-level security scan execution policies, next generation SAST to reduce Ruby false positives, group level permissions for protected environments and group access for the GitLab Kubernetes Agent. The project-level DAST and secret detection scan execution policies allow users to require DAST and secret detection scans to run … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: GitLab 14.3, Improved Google Play Console user management, and Informatica and Snowflake announces on-prem to cloud modernization program, appeared first on SD Times.
The Android development team has announced the release of UI toolkit Jetpack Compose version 1.1. This release comes with several new features, such as improved focus handling, ImageVector caching, touch target sizing, and support for Android 12 stretch overscroll. Additionally, Compose 1.1 graduates several experimental APIs to stable as well as supports newer versions of … continue reading The post Jetpack Compose 1.1 released with improved touch target sizing appeared first on SD Times.
Google has announced that it is updating the Google Calendar API rate limiting and monitoring schedule in an effort to better manage usage fallout after passing imposed limits. Previously the rates were monitored daily, allowing for prolonged downtime if usage was poorly managed.
Developing a magnetic and second to none mobile app is not easy. It takes a lot of time & efforts learning and experiencing the ways to come up with a fully-fledged website that can return the favor of making it such a hit. But, the number of hours spent on the development of a successful...
Just because you work alone most of the time doesn't mean you can't have an awesome brainstorming session. While brainstorming is often considered a group activity, you can have a successful session in your home office as well. Not sure where to start? We can help you with that today as well. Grab a pen, […]
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