DevSecOps Practices Gap Assessment

DevSecOps practices are essential to deliver software safely and securely within DevOps value streams. To get the maximum security protection from DevSecOps, it is important to use recommended best practices, inclusive of people, processes, and technologies. A gap assessment is a great way to efficiently evaluate an organization’s practices for DevSecOps and determine a strategy […]
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Learning Through Projects

A familiar quote of teachers and educators is, “we learn by doing.” As a child, my parents used that to encourage me to my math homework. I am sure I am not the only child who experienced that! I prefer a slightly different version of the quote: “we learn by applying.” Some readers of my […]
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Real-life Public Key Encryption (And Why It Matters)

One major topic in Learning Tree Course 468 System and Network Security Introduction is that of encryption. It is a core technology in cyber security because it is used to secure confidential data, as well as protect passwords and the integrity of documents. There are two basic families of encryption used to ensure the confidentiality […]
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Setting Up VS Code to Program Azure IoT Devices

Microsoft VS Code is a programmer’s development environment designed to run on all the major desktop operating systems. However, VS Code has also evolved into a cross-compilation environment, which is to say one can write and compile code on a Windows PC, Linux, or a Mac and then upload the code to a different hardware […]
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C# Nullable References

The Biggest New Thing in C# for Years But hang on – haven’t reference types always been nullable? That’s absolutely right. It’s fundamental to the way a reference type works. The variable doesn’t contain the data itself, but a reference to a separate memory location where the data is stored. Thus if there’s no data, […]
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