http://www.esecurityplanet.com/features/article.php/3934376/Top-10-ID-Security-Mistakes-and-How-to-Avoid-Them.htm “Make sure that when writing or accessing sensitive information there is no one watching over your shoulder,” advises Sorin Mustaca, data security expert with Avira. “This applies also to surveillance cameras installed in many public places.”
Introducing C++11: Next iteration of programming language passes review (PhysOrg.com) — This past week in Madrid, Spain, the next iteration of the C++ programming language, C++11, passed review by the technical standards committee. “The new standard provides language features that make it easier to write correct and well-performing code in C++ together with more standard libraries. For example, C++11 provides facilities for writing concurrent code (e.g. for multicore machines) in a type safe-manner. The improved language facilities are focused on allowing better specification and use of abstractions (classes and templates). Examples are a more efficient way of getting results out of functions (move semantic), better facilities for object initialization, and a simpler for loop. Examples of new library components are hash tables, threads, and regular expression matching.”
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