I Used Google Ads for Social Engineering
I Used Google Ads for Social Engineering
  • 7/28/2019

Ad campaigns that manipulate searchers’ behaviour are frighteningly easy for anyone to run.

Working with Numbers in JavaScript
Working with Numbers in JavaScript
  • 6/22/2019

Numbers and mathematics come into most scripts at some point, be it in the form of the simple arithmetic required to add up prices and work out sales tax, the process of generating and using random numbers, or the more complex mathematics involved an

Blocking the blocker who blocks the blocker
Blocking the blocker who blocks the blocker
  • 7/28/2019

Knowing how the web works, it was only a matter of time: if ad-blockers were created to help users avoid advertising on web sites, and anti-adblocker be merged so that websites could recognize if we had an ad-blocker installed, forcing us to disable

Dockerize a Node.js app with VS Code
Dockerize a Node.js app with VS Code
  • 6/26/2019

Hello dear coder, welcome to my tech articles series dedicated to Node.js and Docker. Hope you enjoy it!

Slack is a $17 Billion Company Now
Slack is a $17 Billion Company Now
  • 6/22/2019

I love Slack, in fact, I love anything that doesn't resemble an Email box of a social media feed. “Slack” is a ubiquitous term like Uber or Zoom, or even Dropbox to some extent.

Cloud Computing History
Cloud Computing History
  • 7/28/2019

It’s safe to say Cloud technology has gained overwhelming popularity in recent years. There are several mature and well-established Cloud providers, alongside the numerous tech companies desperately trying to keep up in the race. Countless businesses