Day: December 14, 2022

The Best Tabletop Games for the Whole Family to Enjoy This Christmas

Leszek Glasner/ The holidays are the perfect time of year to gather around as a family and play some games. We’ve highlighted some of the best tabletop games for all the family to enjoy. Update, 12/14/22: Checked content for accuracy, product availability, and dead links. There are thousands of games to choose from so we’ve

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How No-Code Tools are Making Big Data Accessible to All
No-Code Tools; Big Data

Whether it is revenue, customer experience, or operational efficiency, big data has allowed businesses to achieve unprecedented growth. However, companies need data engineers, technical data experts, and programmers to make sense of large volumes of unstructured data. Businesses need to hire professionals who can write codes to process and analyze data to get any actionable

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Open source code for commercial software applications is ubiquitous, but so is the risk

As the SolarWinds and Log4j hacks show, vulnerabilities in open source software used in application development can open doors for attackers with vast consequences. A new study looks at the open source community’s efforts to “credit-rate” the risk.

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Elon’s Promise Not To Ban Account Tracking His Jet Didn’t Last Very Long At All; Also Bans Guy’s Personal Account

Earlier this week, we wrote about how Elon Musk had secretly applied the strongest visibility filter (what some people insist on calling “shadowbanning”) to the ElonJet account on Twitter (which automatically noted where Elon’s private plane was flying), which he had promised not to ban due to his apparent “commitment to free speech.” The guy

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