As we all know, most web developers love and hate PHP with a passion. I’m one of those developers that absolutely love it. I know PHP like the back of my hand. Now, since 7.2 has been released, my love… Read More ›
Last year, MIT computer scientists and Adobe engineers came together to try to solve a major problem that many companies face: bit-rot. A good example is Adobe’s successful Photoshop photo editor, which just celebrated its 25th birthday. Over the years… Read More ›
It turns out All-in-One wasn’t the only vulnerable plugin found by Summer of Pwnage, working on uncovering others in popular applications.
Python is has now taken the lead over Java. Python has managed to remain in the shadows for more than a decade since it’s own inception.
After a long year of testing, usage, and personal love for Visual Studio Code, it has officially achieved the 1.0 release.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is announcing that work has officially begun on the next major version of HTML standard.
After being a part-time freelancing web developer, I have taken on a challenge of cleaning up some code for a project for a client.