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data cloud The Rise of Security Challenges for the Data Cloud

Data is getting dispersed across numerous databases, microservices, analytics tools, and pipelines. This results in increased security concerns that will soon become “top-of-mind” for engineering and security teams alike.

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Authentication Why use JSON Web Token (JWT) in Authentication

JSON Web Token (JWT) is an open, JSON-based standard for securely transmitting information between parties. In addition to secure information exchange, JWT could be used for authentication.

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Records Management Why You Should Automate Compliance

Compliance policy is one of those things most employees find boring and useless. However, for employers, staying compliant is one of the most crucial tasks and can have serious legal and financial repercussions if not done properly. But how can you make following compliance policy easier for your employees?

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Maintenance Debt: When You See Cracks, It’s Too Late

The longer maintenance is deferred—which is easy to do in the short term—the more expensive it becomes and the more difficult it can be to schedule.

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Team Wellness Three Ways to Improve Employee Wellness in a Post-Covid Environment

Many individuals are dealing with "pandemic fatigue" these days. As a leader, how can you better support your team in this environment? Here are 3 tips.

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Groovy Groovy - Agile Java

Groovy's recent surge in usage (TIOBE index ranking from 26 to 12 between Feb. 2020 and Feb. 2021) could be attributed to the many benefits the language provides. Groovy, like Java, is compiled to JVM (Java Virtual Machine) bytecode. 

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Coffee and Code Sealed Classes in Java 17

Sealed classes are classes that permit only specific classes to extend them, as a result limiting extensibility. Sealed classes provide several benefits such as: additional modularization, could be used to develop internal classes, could be used to develop proprietary software.

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Girl Coding New JVM Features in JDK 11

Java SE 11 is a recent LTS (Long Term Support) version of Java. Java 11 has introduced several other (non-language features), some of which we’ll discuss in this article. 

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