For this edition of Stack Overflow Knows, we did a deep dive into cybersecurity topics across Stack Overflow and Stack Exchange sites to spotlight trends and reflect on how conversations are evolving within the developer and technical community.
Code quality affects the mental state of a programmer, communication within their team, or the incentives attached to their work is likely to be reflected in their code. Improve your code and you can improve your organizational health and competence as a whole.
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If you have a REST API accessible on the internet, you're going to need to secure it. Here's the best practices on how to do that.
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It’s time once again for the ritual that I know we’ve all come to love: the quarterly update on Community team projects. This quarter’s projects are constrained by a lack of available technical/engineering resources on our Public Platform team, so you’ll see that we are focusing on projects that don’t require assistance from them.