This week, The Guardians of Peace launched a hacker attack on Sony, in order to prevent it from releasing The Interview film. As a result, emails between Sony and Snapchat executives were leaked, revealing sensitive information about Snapchat’s business plan. The Guardians of Peace then threatened to attack movie theatres playing the film, leading Sony to cancel the release. It’s incredible how much power hackers potentially hold, and that they’re able to publicly blackmail a big corporation like Sony.
In other interesting news this week…
In the Future, We Will Still Need to Work
This article explores the future of work and determines that the Internet of things will never have the wisdom needed to replace human beings in the workplace.
The 12 Apps of Swiftmas
This video showcases the creators of 12 Swift projects, as they share issues and features. There are presentations about all kinds of apps, from a gif generator to a heart rate monitor.
8 Components of a Truly Integrated Digital Workplace
This article provides tips to create a digital workspace with the same thoughtfulness that physical workspaces are designed with.
DEVELOPERS & LIFELONG LEARNING: The challenges & opportunities impacting your team
This short whitepaper discusses why lifelong learning is important for software engineers, and how you can make it work without disrupting your organization.
Beyond Code: Using GitHub for Every Company Workflow
See what one company learned when they decided to centralize their workflows onto a single platform, and how the benefitted from it.
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