CW Developer Network:

November, 2011


November 7, 2011  12:48 PM

Job market on the rise for UK PHP developers

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
jobs, PHP, Web developers, Zend

You know what they say, never trust an estate agent, a recruitment consultant or a man who is left alone with a tea cosy and doesn't try it on. Well Billy Connolly may take the blame for the latter quote and estate agents are notoriously slippery, so what's the score with...

November 4, 2011  11:51 AM

Two examples of real information warfare hacking

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Hacker, Hacking, malware, SecureData, Security

It's important to remember what we mean when we talk about hacking these days. Hacking has many positive connotations and is often used hand-in-hand with the term 'mashup'. Coders using APIs relating to popular web services to provide new incremental layers of user functionality is, of...


November 3, 2011  7:32 AM

Data’s main drivers: volume, velocity, variety and variability

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
Analytics, BI, Big Data, Compuware, Database, dynaTrace, IBM, Oracle, Sybase

Trends typifying data usage today appear to fall into four categories. Volume, velocity, variety and variability; allow me to explain... Volume -- of data is getting higher/bigger than ever. Velocity -- of data is increasing e.g. Complex Event Processing of real time data. Variety -- of data is...


November 1, 2011  2:48 PM

Hackers rooting and jailbreaking mobile apps for evil malware creation

Adrian Bridgwater Adrian Bridgwater Profile: Adrian Bridgwater
jailbreak, malware, Mobile Application Development, Security

San Antonio based web application security specialist Denim Group has been airing its opinions on the security challenges facing developers looking at mobile app creation. The company asserts that mobile applications can be (especially) challenging to develop securely because they have "a very...


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