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Student wins cybersecurity championship title at national IT conference | Life

Lino Perez, senior computer information systems major at Missouri State University, won the 2019 Cybersecurity National Championship at the U.S. Information Technology Collegiate Conference on April 6. USITCC’s annual conference was held April 4-6 in Galveston, Texas. Students nationwide participated in a variety of competitions, including database design, PC troubleshooting …

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Linus Torvalds: People take me much too seriously, I can’t say stupid crap anymore

Linux 5.0: What’s new (not much) It’s not like Linus Torvalds didn’t warn us. Linux 5.0 is out, but there’s no big updates to be found here. Read more: https://zd.net/2u07cSb The once highly-strung Linux kernel founder Linus Torvalds now says he’s become quieter, more self-aware and less forceful, but …

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Programming languages: Python developers now outnumber Java ones

Python stakes claim to be programming language of the year Python consolidates its place as a long-term top-three programming language. Python’s rise among developers around the world has been documented by several well-known programming-language indexes. But UK developer-focused analyst SlashData has now put a figure on the actual number of …

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