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Protecting Your Keys From GitHub By Jeff Reifman In December 2014, Slashdot ran an alarming story Bots Scanning GitHub To Steal Amazon EC2 Keys, based on developer and blogger Andrew Hoffman’s experience trying out Ruby on Rails on Amazon with AWS S3. He inadvertently committed anapplication.yml file with his AWS keys. Even though he noticed it and deleted...

3 JavaScript Libraries to Keep an Eye on in 2015 by Aurelio De Rosa As developers, we all know that our industry evolves at a very fast pace. So fast, indeed, that it’s often hard to keep up with all the new libraries, frameworks and new versions of the tools we use on a daily basis. Still, it’s important to stay as up to date as possible. Doing so ensures that...

Node.js Is Stupid And If You Use It So Are You Hilarious video rant about Node.js… Should you learn Node.js? Here are some pros and cons. Pros: share code between the frontend and backend (NOTE – this is not a free feature – you’ll need to put in the work to make it so, but it’s actually doable, unlike many other setups) active and...

How to fix common javascript errors By Jani Hartikainen on January 22, 2015 How to read errors? Before the list, let’s quickly look at the structure of an error message. Understanding the structure helps understand the errors, and you’ll have less trouble if you run into any errors not listed here. A typical error from Chrome looks like this: Uncaught...

10 things web developers should learn in 2015 1. AngularJS As a web developer AngularJS is definitely a JavaScript framework to learn. So many business are using this powerful framework to build incredible applications. 2014 has seen AngularJS 1.3 released which provides additional performance gains along with a whole bunch of improvements which you can read more...