Podcast 316: When it comes to package managers, don’t forget security
Enjoy the goodwill of others, heck use their code when it helps. Just don't trust what you can't verify for yourself.
In today’s episode, we chat about simplifying the address of your crypto wallet, static linking, the security risks you need to consider with package managers, and Paul’s paper hands.
If you’re a programmer working with npm, Sara has some basic advice on best practices that will keep your codebase safe.
Today’s discussion was inspired by a blog post from Michel Gorny which you can find here.
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Thanks to Tagir Valeev for answering the question: How to Split odd and even numbers and sum of both in collection using Stream. You’re our lifeboat badge winner of the week.ethereum, npm, package manager, the stack overflow podcast