Tag Archives: developers

Two-Factor Authentication by 2023? That’s Not Soon Enough

[ad_1] In May, GitHub took a step toward improving software security, announcing that contributors to all code repositories must use two-factor authentication (2FA) by the end of 2023. While obviously a welcome change, one has to wonder why they’re waiting so long. Employing 2FA increases account security, certainly, but today’s software supply chain is too… Read More »

The Power of Artificial Intelligence Coding Assistance

[ad_1] Until recently, coding involved repetitive tasks, and required knowledge of many minute details. These aspects of coding detracted from the truly creative work that developers enjoy, and they slowed developers down. Now, artificial intelligence technology promises to eliminate much of that repetitive work, and developers are no longer thrown off task by having to search… Read More »