Security is and always will be an important topic, especially in the computer world. I've outlined and explained some of the basic and most common forms of exploiting and what you should be keeping in mind. Thinking outside the box Using an application in a way that it wasn't designed is key. Generally when using an application you're pointed towards a set guideline, taking the road less traveled may open up security holes that a

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The idea of a queuing service is to offload something that's potentially resource intensive and takes time to process. Moving a piece of a logic that would originally be executed at visitor run time could potentially speed up the users experience, this alone makes queuing a winner. Slow websites have become a trending topic lately, with lots of sites writing articles. Recently I was able to use beanstalkd to offload error prone logic making calls

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JavaScript (JS) is a popular scripting language that becomes very useful when enhancing a website, an entire website shouldn't rely totally on JS due to the following: Structure can become lost and the site may be harder to maintain. Separation between HTML and your logic is a must. Screen-readers & Crawlers don't execute JS, this can be a loss for SEO. Source code that is accessible for anyone to view can create security risks. Hackers

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It's easy to label something as terrible if you've had a bad first impression. Before you do label the CMS/Technology with the sh*t sticker you should have some sort of idea on how it works and how to use it. Drupal is a CMS backed by a strong community and a large amount of modules to build the site you need in an easy and effective way. It's broken up into two main areas, modules

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Music is a part of our lives, it's almost impossible to not come across a song on a daily basis (I'm factoring in the slight chance that people may not use technology). The question is should your workplace have music playing? The short answer... yes! It's a moral builder, and increases productivity plus your brain and body loves the dopamine. How does it work for Pollenizer? Through the magic of Airplay we take turns playing

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Social Networking: The use of a dedicated Web site to communicate informally with other members of the site, by posting messages, photographs, etc. Hacker: An enthusiastic and skillful computer programmer or user. Combine the two and you've got a social hacker, using the ever expanding library (social networking sites) to aid in the battle of retrieving information. The internet to the common user wouldn't fall under the definition of dangerous, when in reality it is potent.

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