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Mirror API Now Available For Google Glass
It was revealed Monday that the first round of Google Glass devices are finished. Google will start shipping to those who pre-ordered the device at Google I/O last year first, and those developers will presumably start building apps for the hardware immediately.
Adobe ColdFusion 10 now on Amazon Web Services
Adobe ColdFusion 10 on Amazon Web Services (AWS) is an easy and affordable way to access the powerful features of ColdFusion Enterprise Edition to build high-performing, enterprise-ready applications that scale dynamically to meet your business needs. Easily create interactive web applications leveraging the unique built-in HTML5 support. Make your websites more secure with formidable security standards.
Another Zero-Day Exploit Hits Java Again
Oracle has had a busy 2013 so far as it has scrambled to fix dangerous zero-day exploits found in its Java browser plugin. The company will have no rest, however, as security researchers have found more exploits.
Traditional Programming Language Job Trends – February 2013
The winter edition of the job trends are back! Today, we are looking at traditional programming languages, which currently include Java, C++, C#, Objective C, Perl and Visual Basic. After this months job trends are posted, I will be reviewing all of the posts and the languages included. I believe some change is needed, so hopefully we will see some change in the summer edition. As always, please review some of the other job trends posts to see if your favorite language is already in one of these posts.
Java Still Flawed, New Exploit On Sale For $5,000
Microsoft and Oracle both released patches this week for zero-day exploits found in Internet Explorer 8 and Java. If you still use Internet Explorer 8 or below, you should probably download the fix available via Windows Update. As for Java, you should probably still keep that disabled.
Computers And Mobile Devices Remain At Risk In 2013
Cybersecurity is a serious issue, and one that needs to be taken up by everybody. It’s not just a matter of some state hackers breaking into servers owned by a rival government. Cybersecurity affects you as well when a for-profit hacker goes after your credit card numbers with targeted malware. These issues didn’t subside in 2012, and it’s only going to get worse in 2013.