Source: O\’Reilly Radar Recognizing and evaluating scientific claims in security Five questions for Josiah Dykstra on techniques to expose and invalidate misleading claims. I recently sat down with Josiah Dykstra, Senior Security Researcher at the Department of Defense, to discuss the topics of both accidental and intended misleading communications in […]

Source: HubSpot Marketing 6 Interview Questions to Assess Emotional Intelligence Despite what you might have come to beleive after sorting through the internet’s seemingly bottomless slew of articles on the subject, emotional intelligence is more than just a buzzword. The ability to empathize with others, build lasting relationships, and manage emotions […]

Source: O\’Reilly Radar What’s in a transport layer? Understanding gRPC in the dawn of microservices. Microservices are small programs, each with a specific and narrow scope, that are glued together to produce what appears from the outside to be one coherent web application. This architectural style is used in contrast […]

Source: O\’Reilly Radar Query the planet: Geospatial big data analytics at Uber A deep dive into Uber’s engineering effort to optimize geospatial queries in Presto. From determining the most convenient rider pickup points to predicting the fastest routes, Uber aims to use data-driven analytics to create seamless trip experiences. Within […]

Source: HubSpot Marketing How to Create a Pillar Page Like the magnificent architectural wonders that hold up The Pantheon in Rome, pillars will help you hold up your blog’s architecture, too. You have to build them yourself — but we promise it takes less time and effort than building them […]

Source: HubSpot Marketing 13 Things You Should Never Say in a Job Interview I never used to understand what people mean when they say that they “interview well.”  How was that possible? If you’re too prepared, your answers sound robotic, and if you’re too unprepared, you start most answers with […]