By ZDNet Staff
| February 21, 2012 -- 23:00 GMT (15:00 PST)
| Topic: Developer
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Severe security bug found in popular PHP library for creating PDF files
Vulnerability patched last year, but many websites and web apps will most likely remain vulnerable for years.
Boeing 737 Max: Software patches can only do so much
Systems architects, engineers, and management can all learn from the history of the development of this complex aircraft.
Google Tasks' new bigger role: It can manage all your reminders, to-dos, lists
Google will now prompt you to put all your reminders in the Tasks app.
Want to be a data scientist? Five ways to get that job in data science
Data science is a growth area; here are some of the factors you need to take into account if you want to make the move.
IBM: Patch these critical Java, OpenJ9 Java bugs in Watson, analytics products
IBM warns Watson AI customers to check product versions after releasing new updates that address critical flaws.
Pascal GeForce GTX cards could get ray tracing with driver update
Superseded architecture to get basic capabilities of beefier stablemate.
Google open-sources project for sandboxing C/C++ libraries on Linux
Support for other programming languages to be added in future releases.
Windows 10 users: We're killing OneDrive Groove Music streaming, says Microsoft
Microsoft continues to retire components of Groove Music with no more streaming OneDrive music from March 31.
With great speed comes great responsibility: Software testing now a continuous race
Survey finds enterprises refresh software at least once day, but less than one-third support continuous testing.