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How to Develop Security Policies and Standards in Five Steps

By Alan Kowlowitz, NYSTEC Information Security Consultant

If you are an information security professional, at one point you will probably be expected to write security policies and standards for your company or agency. 497 more words

Collaboration

Implementing Racing Games: An intro to different approaches and their game design trade-offs

If you search online for “how to make a racing game,” you get a bunch of tutorials teaching you one very specific (and very hardcore) way of implementing vehicle/driving mechanics. 1,872 more words

Game Design

Why I Completely Forgot That Programming Languages Have While Loops

I’ve recently made an embarassing discovery:

@sfonplsql wha. I've never used while loops in PL/SQL. TIL :)

— Lukas Eder (@lukaseder) July 26, 2016

Yes. In all of my professional work with PL/SQL (and that has been quite a bit, in the banking industry), I have never really used a…

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Sql

How should you prepare a visualisation project?

Here’s a post about my latest significant visualisation – it’s Olympic-themed, centred around all the decathlon greats from 1984 to the present day. I’m genuinely quite happy, but not delighted, with it. 1,558 more words

Hallelujah

Episode: http://leopard.megaphone.fm/PP4639166845.mp3

How does genius emerge? An exploration of different types of innovation—through the lens of Elvis Costello’s extraordinary song “Deportee,” once utterly forgettable and then, through time and iteration, a work of beauty and genius. 50 more words

Mathematicians and Computer Scientists

It’s the holiday time of year: so a slightly lazy post for August.  Adapted from a letter published in this month’s edition of Mathematics Today… 533 more words

Computer Science

Nintendo NX - The NXt Iteration in Nintendo's Legend?

For as long as I and many other gamers can remember, we have been privy to Nintendo dominating a niche in the gaming market with their superb consoles both handheld and grounded that have withstood the test of time. 660 more words