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Woman putting her head down on her laptop in frustration How to Decide whether to Quit Your Job

Some people are happy with their jobs and know they want to keep them. Others are clear that they want to quit. What's difficult is when the decision to quit or stay is a tough one. The important thing in making that choice is to be sure you’ve examined the issue as objectively as you can from different viewpoints.

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As we all deal with COVID-19 across the globe—medically, economically, and professionally—there are plenty of lessons to discover. There is also a lot to learn when it comes to cybersecurity. More people moving toward working from home means more opportunities for hackers to strike, so we must be smart and vigilant.

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Hand pointing at data on a screen Should You Use XML or Protocol Buffers to Store and Exchange Data?

XML is a flexible text format used for a wide variety of applications, including data serialization and exchange of data. More recently, protocol buffers were also introduced for data exchange and data serialization. Even though their purpose is the same, these are very different technologies. Which is better for you?

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When you've worked for months on a big software release, afterward you may want to jump into the next project. But building in some slack time between sprints is a good idea. After a big release, there will probably be more work as new users discover bugs in your software. Plan for some more testing and development.

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Project management as a service, or PMaaS, is similar to software as a service (SaaS) and IT as a service (ITaaS). In the same way a company might outsource cloud computing or IT work, a company can also outsource its project management process. Here’s a brief look at what PMaaS is and why it’s a worthwhile investment.

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Huskies pulling a dogsled How to Stay Cool in a Crisis

In times of crisis, we can find ways to accomplish things at work that come from sources having nothing to do with work—or at least work as we know it. All types of activities from all walks of life can offer advice about how to deal with stressful situations and stay productive. Here's how to keep cool under pressure.

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DJ Schleen Best Practices of the DevSecOps Elite: A Slack Takeover with DJ Schleen

Thought leaders from the software community are taking over the TechWell Hub to answer questions and engage in conversations. DJ Schleen, a DevSecOps advocate, hosted this Slack takeover and discussed all things DevSecOps, including challenges to integrating security into your practices and getting management support.

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Building with clouds reflected in the windows Choosing a Cloud Storage Service

When choosing storage through a managed cloud service, you should consider several factors: What type of storage is needed? What is the type of application or service? What is the scale of data? What kind of accessibility, availability, and durability do you require? All these aspects should influence your decision.

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