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Understanding Dynamic Programming can help you solve complex programming problems, such as those often seen in programming interview questions about data structures and algorithms. We released a 5-hour course on Dynamic Programming on the freeCodeCamp.org YouTube channel. Alvin Zablan developed this course. Alvin is a very experienced programming i
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Have you ever thought about exploiting dynamically generated code? Do you know that an exploit can also be source code instead of data? The root cause of this bug is an inconsistency in the JIT compiler of v8. The inconsistency tricked the JIT compiler to dynamically generate code that contains the array overflow bug. Our final exploit for the bug ...
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In part two of our .NET 5 coverage, we take a look back at historic .NET technologies that never made the jump to .NET Core. What’s interesting about these technologies is their APIs were copied across, hinting that Microsoft was considering a .NET Core implementation of them in the future. By Jonathan Allen
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I feel I should caveat this post by saying I don’t have any formal teaching qualifications. I have, however, volunteered as an instructor for Code First: Girls on their Introduction to Web Development course and delivered it twice now. So I have a bit of experience that I want to share with others who like me could (just about) code but had never t ...
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The numpy module in python consists of so many interesting functions. One such fascinating and time-saving method is the numpy vstack() function. Many times we want to stack different arrays into one array without losing the value. And that too in one line of code. So, to solve this problem, there are two functions available in numpy vstack() and h
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Wonder Woman 1984 will be the first film on HBO Max in UltraHD.
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Google trumpeted its quantum computer that outperformed a conventional supercomputer. A Chinese group says it's done the same, with different technology.
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Catalin Cimpanu / ZDNet: Report: data of 243M Brazilians exposed after the password for a database was left inside the source code of a health ministry website for at least six months  —  The password to access a highly sensitive Ministry of Health database was stored inside a government site's source code.
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Between litter boxes, beds, scratchers, and trees, cats require a lot of supplies. These are our favorites.
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Ron Miller / TechCrunch: Thoma Bravo buys Flexera, a Chicago-based IT asset management company, sources say for $2.85B; Thoma Bravo previously bought Flexera in 2008 and sold it in 2011  —  Thoma Bravo must really like Flexera, an IT asset management company out of Chicago.  The private equity firm bought the company for the second time today.
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Thoma Bravo must really like Flexera, an IT asset management company out of Chicago. The private equity firm bought the company for the second time today. Sources told TechCrunch the price was $2.85 billion. Technically, Thoma Bravo is getting a majority stake in the company, buying it from previous owners TA Associates and Ontario Teachers’ […]
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