In this session, the authors of The CERT Oracle Secure Coding Standard for Java describe how this standard can be used to secure your Java projects.
Dean Lackey's insight:
I know @dlitchfield has been outspoken on Oracle's coding practices, and how Microsoft and others have adopted a more stringent development practice. Hopefully some of these practices will catch on for more than just Java and Oracle will bolster their coding practices across the board including their flagship Database platform.
From the 2015 Velocity Conference in New York: Technology only matters insofar as it helps people to be more effective.
As technologists, we seem to be focusing so much on the power of the technology and the abilities that these tools have imparted on us, that we seem to have forgotten why we’re here. - Listening and valuing non-technical people – swinging the pendulum back - Why it’s your job as a technologist to learn the business and the problems - Why your technical solutions should start with existing business processes - Appropriate technology – the power of simple tools and simple technology to solve problems simply - Evolutionary technology – how and why to build levels of complexity, and why and when to evolve to the next level of complexity
We have so much power to change the world for the better, but we cannot do it with tech alone. Let’s focus on building technical solutions born of balanced context.
Lead generation might be a top goal for B2B marketers in 2015, but social media isn’t where they’re expecting to bring in qualified prospects, according to a new BrightTalk report.
In fact, social media and print advertising ranked the lowest on a list of 15 different lead generation tactics. A full 30 percent said these are ineffective lead gen tools and just 12 percent said they’re highly successful. On the contrary, email marketing was cited as the top tool, with 55 respondents saying it’s effective.
In an era when 7 out of 10 people utilize social media (and the average social media user is active 2 hours and 25 minutes daily), this is unsettling data. Marketers who consider social media ineffective for lead gen need to reconsider their current strategies and revamp what they’re doing to both promote the brand and nurture people to take the next step to learn more....
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