4/12/2014 Article Links


I’m normally not much of a fish or seafood eater, but every once in a while, I like to go to the fish market just for the halibut.


Security stuff:

After Heartbleed: 4 OpenSSL alternatives that work (and who is doing the code reviews on these alternatives?)

Google Strengthens Android App Security With Continuous Post-Install Scans (this explains a few things)

Man who introduced serious ‘Heartbleed’ security flaw denies he inserted it deliberately (Conspiracy theorists, start your engines!)


Other stuff:

Perl language’s popularity hits all-time low (Knit one, Perl 13)

Open source Java projects: Spring Integration (Well, it is Springtime – at least in the northern hemisphere)

Microsoft OS chief Myerson on the future of ‘One Windows’  (One Windows, One Microsoft, OneDrive… Sounds like they’re sticking to One Theme…)

Write Code Every Day (A code a day keeps the blocker away)

Netjs (.NET to TypeScript and JavaScript compiler)

What do IT workers want? (Ironicall, they just want to make sure they get home in time to watch the Kardashians)

How your feedback is shaping .NET (…into a Mobius strip….oh, wait…)

Relive your XP nostalgia with Microsoft’s ‘Escape from Windows XP’ game (Ctrl+Alt+Delete – Game over.)


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