Developers of Facebook's ReactJS framework, which powers much of the web, have a bro culture that isn't welcoming to traditionally underrepresented groups.
Some applications and websites don’t render and display so called “zero-width characters.” A developer created a tool to hide these invisible characters in plain sight, and then use them to identify who copied and pasted the original text.
New devs are skipping college, according to a new Stack Overflow survey.
Dark web child abusers are constantly looking for more ways to keep themselves, and others, secure.
A new tool carves up JS frameworks, leaving only the stuff your web app actually needs.
The Tor Project issued an urgent patch for a new exploit targeting some users of the Tor Browser.
Alternately, what does it mean for a hammer to be the most popular tool?
It's like concrete winning a contest of building materials.
For what it's worth.