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Best Online Blogs for Those Interested in Learning About Cryptocurrency

Cryptocurrency was the talk of the town a couple of years ago, with Bitcoin going to the moon and ICOs springing up around every corner. While the market has cooled down a bit, the main coins are still thriving, and the technology behind it all, blockchain, has a lot of promise. There are a lot of major companies and financial institutions that are developing on the blockchain and some news of some major players jumping into the world...

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Martin Fowler revisits refactoring

When software developer and industry thought leader Martin Fowler first approached the topic of refactoring in his book — Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code — it was the late 1990s and early 2000s, with the original edition of the book coming out in 2000. Since then, a lot has changed in the software development world, but one thing has remained the same: The need for refactoring. According to Fowler, refactoring is...

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Best Apps to Help You Save Money and Invest Wisely

Personal finances are very important and not something many people like to discuss. Saving money and investing responsibility can help ensure you are prepared for the future. In a time where apps and technology rule our lives wouldn’t you think there are options that we can download to our mobile phones that will help in this area? Well, there are several. But what ones can you trust and what ones are junk? After all personal...

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Interface design: The who/what/where rule

Who/what/where is a simple mnemonic for user interface design. I’ve had fantastic results teaching it to product managers and user experience designers. The user interfaces they designed had far fewer privacy issues, and the privacy features in those interfaces were more smoothly designed into the product experience. Simple mnemonics (plus reinforcement when someone makes a mistake) can have a huge impact on privacy issues that...