11 Interesting Tools for Auditing and Managing Code Quality

Stuck with a broken code? Unable to identify the reason for the bug? It’s time to analyze your code for the troubles caused! Software and web applications around the world are growing complex day by day. With cut-throat competition and the need for quality in critical applications, maintaining code quality becomes of utmost importance. A poor code does not just affect the maintainability of the code but also impacts its…

November 30, 2019
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8 Mac Optimization Software for Better Performance and Security

Every great device becomes a tad bit slow and clumsy as time goes by. And such is the case with Mac as well. Years after using the device, it starts losing its “speedy” behavior and creates problems for us. So much so that it disrupts our work and productivity. If you’ve been a Mac user for a long time now, you know the real struggle behind it. It’s not just…

November 30, 2019
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9 Best Photo Editing Software for Mac

A good photo editor is undoubtedly a Photographer’s best friend. I am sure you agree with that. No matter how good of a camera we have, there is still always a need to do some retouching and leveling to make the photos perfect. It’s not a luxury but a necessity. Dismissing the use of photo editors and opting for raw photos is like compromising the visual appeal by at least…

November 30, 2019
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11 Beautiful Color Palette Generator for Your Next Project

Having the right color schemes can do wonders for your brand. And I am not kidding. There is a reason why big brands like Google, Uber, and Dropbox have stuck with a consistent color scheme over the years. You won’t see them having pages on their website that goes off-track from their brand colors. If you’ve been wanting to do the same but had no clue, then this article will…

November 30, 2019
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SQL vs. NoSQL – Which should you use for your Next Project?

One of the most frequently asked questions – what database should I use… SQL stands for Structured Query Language. It was first developed in the 1970s by a team of IBM researchers, NoSQL databases, on the other hand, were first used in 1998 by Carlo Strozzi. The most common difference between these two databases (DB) systems is that SQL is relational and NoSQL is non-relational. Let’s deep dive into these…

November 29, 2019
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How to Install and use Anchore Container Image Security Scanner?

The Anchore Engine is an open-source tool for scanning and analyzing container images for security vulnerabilities and policy issues. It is available as a Docker container image that can run within an orchestration platform, or as a standalone installation. This is a useful security tool that enables developers and QA teams to test, identify, and address vulnerabilities in the images they are using to create applications. In this article, we…

November 29, 2019
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How to Install Tomcat 9 and Where to Host it?

Learn how to install Tomcat and some of the cloud hosting option to deploy your Tomcat applications. There are two parts to this blogpost – the first part talks about how to install Apache Tomcat on Ubuntu by yourself, and the second part talks about the best hosting platforms available to host Tomcat applications. What is Apache Tomcat? Apache Tomcat is an open-source web/application server from the Apache foundation. It…

November 27, 2019
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How to change Docker sock file location?

Wondering how to change the docker.sock file path? What is Docker Socket? Docker socket file is located at /var/run/docker.sock It is used to communicate with the main docker daemon (process) by default. It is the entry point for a Docker API. This socket is used by Docker CLI by default to execute docker commands. Let me show you how to change the location of the docker sock file. Stop Docker…

November 25, 2019
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7 Password Tools for Better Online Safety

Forget about horror movies; the one thing that scares us the most is the thought of losing access to our accounts. At least that is the case with me. I can’t imagine waking up in the morning and not being able to login to my accounts. Be it social media or emails, and our credentials are never safe enough. And despite knowing that, we don’t put enough effort into choosing…

November 25, 2019
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Top 7 DNS/Content Filtering for Home to Protect Family and Kids from Cyber Threats

By using DNS filtering, you can ensure kids are protected from browsing dangerous online sites. With the fast-paced technology today, there is still one thing that is not sorted and possibly never will. It’s the security concerns with the Internet. No matter how advanced we are, the Internet has always been a breeding ground for malicious attacks and cyber threats. It is not the greatest advice to stop using the…

November 24, 2019
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