As we near the dog days of summer, we can’t think of anything more restorative than catching up on our reading with a tall glass of iced tea. And if you are looking for something worthwhile to read, don’t miss Cody Littlewood’s My first 10 minutes on a server, an essential primer for anyone looking to secure Ubuntu.
Speaking of summer reading, some of you have written to tell us that you’d love to see more data-related articles…well, consider that done! We’ll be bringing you lots of informative data-related pieces in the future, so stay tuned!
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In this month’s issue, you’ll read about:
- My first 10 minutes on a server – primer for securing Ubuntu, Cody Littlewood
- How are zlib, gzip and Zip related? What do they have in common and how are they different?, Mark Adler
- The “Cobra Effect” that is disabling paste on password fields, Troy Hunt
- What is differential privacy?, Matthew Green
- Boosting sales with machine learning, Per Harald Borgen
- We built voice modulation to mask gender in technical interviews, Aline Lerner
- Mental models I find repeatedly useful, Gabriel Weinberg
- A simple mind hack that helps beat procrastination, Shyal Beardsley
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