This issue of Increment focuses on the experience of being a developer within technology companies and startups, best practices that companies have created and adopted to help developers work more effectively, and the tools and processes that developers use to get their jobs done.
Talisman is a tool is to validate code changes that are to be pushed out of a local Git repository on a developer's workstation. By hooking into the pre-push hook provided by Git, it validates the outgoing changeset for things that look suspicious - such as potential SSH keys, authorization tokens, private keys etc. The aim is for Talisman to scan both file names & file content so that even potential problems embedded in source code and documentation can be caught.
[...] we are fortunate to have a safe alternative for our mails: ProtonMail, which allows encryption end-to-end thereof. Also, you can use Ring.cx or Tox.chat to encrypt your conversations.
It's in this perspective that we launched the development of Muonium, to offer an alternative for storing securely your documents online. Our policy requires us to encrypt end-to-end files making you the only true owner thereof.
Readings in Database Systems (commonly known as the "Red Book") has offered readers an opinionated take on both classic and cutting-edge research in the field of data management since 1988. Here, we present the Fifth Edition of the Red Book — the first in over ten years.
And what if we got together a bunch of experts who work on large sites to create a definitive front-end performance guide?
And not just one of those boring guides made for robots, what if we did something fun? That's exactly what we've done! And we'll guide you in this battle to create even faster sites.
Jason is a single app that lets you summon and bookmark multiple Jasonette apps simply by entering the JSON url, without building your own physical app or setting up development environment.
It's good for using as a container for single purpose apps or quick disposable apps, prototyping, beta testing, etc..