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    1. Google phishing attack was foretold by researchers—and it may have used their code

      The "Google Docs" phishing attack that wormed its way through thousands of e-mail inboxes earlier this week exploited a threat that had been flagged earlier by at least three security researchers—one raised issues about the threat as early as October of 2011. In fact, the person or persons behind the attack may have copied the technique from a proof of concept posted by one security researcher to GitHub in February.

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    2. Why software engineers should focus on users, not the competition

      There’s no denying that most software companies are under extreme pressure to innovate quickly and get things to market before the competition. But sometimes, that approach isn’t the best one for the user. And when this happens, take a second to consider whether your UI passes the instant gratification test, and aim to strike an ideal balance between game-changing software development and a smooth user experience. 

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    3. Crowdtesting: Overview of a Powerful QA Testing Tool DevOps

      Crowdsourcing in IT Crowdtesting (crowdsourced testing) has its roots in the Open Source movement, Mozilla being one of the most famous organizations built on crowdsourced testing and development. As organizations started to explore the potential of vast online communities contributing to various projects it was a logical step for the IT industry to also begin to draw on this new form of labor.

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    4. Why you should worry about API security, but not panic

      API security has gathered significant attention recently. Since APIs by definition govern access to important data, any concerns about data security lead inevitably to questions about API security. This focus will continue to become increasingly top of mind as more APIs are created, published and used in the growing API-first world. However, there is reason for optimism. With a thoughtful planning approach, with follow-through and detailed execution, companies can have a successful API security policy.

       

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    5. Adaptive intelligence for improved human-robot interactions with patients

      Humans are collaborating with unlikely partners to improve infectious disease environments. They are partnering with robots. Human-robot interaction (HRI) is the study of the interactions between humans and robots. This field is multidisciplinary and covers human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, robotics, natural language understanding, design and social sciences.

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    6. 5 Ways to Improve Collaboration Between Software Testers and Developers Agile

      Good communication, or the lack of it, can make or break a software project. Collaboration between QA and development teams is essential for ensuring the success of an Agile software project. Any software is bound to have bugs. A healthy relationship between QA and developers can help in finding and fixing these bugs quickly. With good collaboration and smart automation strategies, teams can successfully achieve greater speed and better quality in their software projects.

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    7. Baidu is making its self-driving car platform freely available to the automotive industry

      Baidu is opening its self-driving vehicle platform in a bid to help drive the development of autonomous cars. The Chinese internet giant today announced its Apollo project that will see its platform, including vehicle platform, hardware platform, software platform and cloud data services, opened to help others in the industry, particularly car manufacturers, to develop autonomous vehicles.

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