Today's the last day of Google Cloud Next 2019 conference, and new things they've announced so far includes a plugin for VS Code / IntelliJ. The other day we published a tutorial on secrets. It includes our own code for fetching secrets and configs, written in Node.js and using AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store. Check it out 👇
It's that time of the year again. Lots of data on developer demographics, jobs and salaries, the most popular languages, frameworks, tools, databases, and more - from nearly 90,000 developers.
One of the nice things about Git is that it's inherently distributed - it's built to share. Seth Kenlon writes about SparkleShare, a cross-platform open source Dropbox-style file sharing app based on Git.
Someone had removed a version of the package and immediately released a new version moments later. The change had only been made on RubyGems, a popular repository for Ruby packages, but not on GitHub.
Spammers forgot to secure a server running Elasticsearch database and exposed their quite sophisticated operations. Screenshots of their Kibana dashboard included.
It's a Python + Neo4j tool that consolidates infrastructure assets and the relationships between them in an intuitive graph view. It can answer questions like "Which RDS instances have encryption turned off?" and "Which S3 buckets have a policy granting any level of anonymous access to the bucket?" 👍."
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