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Curt Savoie: Principal data scientist for the City of Boston. Data philosopher. Wikipedia spelunker.
Boston's Curt Savoie tells TechRepublic about using data to get to know Bostonians, and putting that data back in their hands.
Google Chrome 42 disables NPAPI support by default, and Project Spartan lacks ActiveX support entirely. Both of these changes prevent the use of Java in either browser.
Safeguard your personal info with apps that cover your tracks, block internet ads, encrypt passwords, and alert you to questionable sites.
After culling data from millions of PCs around the world, Secunia has released its 2015 Vulnerability Review. Read about the report's findings and their significance.
If you implemented CSS Shapes syntax prior to February 2014 when the spec changes were announced, you might need to revisit your CSS and make the necessary edits.
The web-based Google Code Playground lets you take Google APIs for a test drive without downloading and installing SDKs.
Get details on the new elements, attributes, and input types for HTML5 forms, along with code snippets to illustrate how they are used.
Keep these options in mind so you can make an informed decision on the best path forward to modernize your Java program.
Which web browser do you use most often? Does your business have an official supported web browser?
Not all web browsers are created equal, but obscurity does not mean they are not worth your attention.