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Speaking Developers’ Love Languages

Developers are a finicky breed, especially when it comes to the languages they code in. And, while they don’t always get to use the languages they love most, there are still factors that give them an affinity toward certain ones and keep them coming back for more – whether for personal or corporate projects. In

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Race Conditions Can Exist in Go

Overview The Go Programming Language (also known as Golang) is an open source programming language created by Google. Go is compiled and is statically typed as in C (with garbage collection). It has limited structural typing, memory safety features, and CSP-style concurrent features. In this article, I will cover Go Race Conditions from theory to

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You Better Get Going with Go

“I think Node (.js) is not the best system to build a massive server web. I would use Go for that. And honestly, that’s the reason why I left Node. It was the realization that: oh, actually, this is not the best server-side system ever.” (HS, 2017) This quote is by Ryan Dahl the author

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Welcome to Checkmarx Golang Week!

When beginning to utilize any new programming language, a frequent obstacle developers face is the sheer lack of secure coding education and training about common pitfalls and coding errors during the language-learning process. The subject of security is often neglected by many articles pertaining to a new language, or security discussions are very scattered throughout

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Deliver Secure Software from Home: Checkmarx Offers Free 45-Day Codebashing Trial

For the past few weeks and the foreseeable future, COVID-19 has forced organizations around the world to adopt work from home models. This can be a difficult transition, impacting productivity, workflows, and overall cybersecurity. And, with software development teams now “developing from home,” and in some cases being asked to meet even more aggressive delivery

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