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Full-Disclosure Security Mailing List Shuts Down

Once on the cutting edge of vulnerability disclosure, Full-Disclosure has become too unpleasant to read or moderate.

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Linux Worm Darlloz Targets Intel Architecture to Mine Digital Currency

A new variant of the Darlloz worm focuses on manipulating home systems to mine for digital currency beyond Bitcoin.

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A Meetup for Docker and OpenStack integration

Docker is nothing more than a handy container. But for a lot of use cases, it's opening up amazing new possibilities for making development and deployment work together more closely than ever. It's an open source project designed to make it easy to create lightweight, portable, self-sufficient containers of an application,...

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Lessons from a Silicon Valley Software Engineer's Job Search

This post is a fairly exhaustive summary of the things I learned during my recent Silicon Valley job search. It is really quite long, but has been edited aggressively, and I’ve tried to make sure that nearly every point is either actionable, interesting, or both. If you’re currently or may one day be looking for a job as a programmer, either in San Francisco or elsewhere in the world, then there should hopefully be a bunch of useful stuff for you. I’ve tried to give numbers and stats where possible - your mileage will of course vary, but my hope is that they are still helpful for working out which ballpark to start in.

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Lessons from a Silicon Valley Software Engineer's Job Search

This post is a fairly exhaustive summary of the things I learned during my recent Silicon Valley job search. It is really quite long, but has been edited aggressively, and I’ve tried to make sure that nearly every point is either actionable, interesting, or both. If you’re currently or may one day be looking for a job as a programmer, either in San Francisco or elsewhere in the world, then there should hopefully be a bunch of useful stuff for you. I’ve tried to give numbers and stats where possible - your mileage will of course vary, but my hope is that they are still helpful for working out which ballpark to start in.

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