Ah, yes programming. You probably see posts about programming all the time, discussing why you should be a developer and the tremendous rise in demand for talented programmers. You hear people in passing, government officials, and business leaders talk about the importance of teaching and learning programming.
April 16, 2014 Image Source: Heartbleed So you may have heard about Heartbleed lately and all your friends may be telling you to change all your passwords. However, before changing your passwords, you need to know that the website in question has taken all the necessary steps to protect itself from Heartbleed, otherwise your new password will remain just as vulnerable.
February 04, 2015The first building in Australia designed by architect Frank Gehry has been opened at a cost of US$138 million. Part of the University of Technology in Australia, the Dr Chau Chak Wing will be home to around 1,600 staff and students. The Governor of Australia called it “the most beautiful squashed brown paper bag” that he had seen.
Radioactive exoplanets could host warm, long-lived oceans without the help of starlight.March 05, 2020Rocky, radioactive exoplanets beyond the habitable zone of host stars could support & 34;long-lived& 34; water oceans without the help of starlight, according to a recent study published in the journal The Astrophysical Journal Letters.
The jet was flown for the first time on April 10, 1963.April 24, 2020There have been many impressive military and defense jets built over the years, and here you can watch as an EWR VJ 101C fighter takes off vertically back on April 10, 1963.The jet itself was a prototype and was never further developed, but it was an exciting prospect nonetheless.
Warming oceans and acidic waters could kill off almost all coral reef habitats by 2100.February 19, 2020In the year 2100, there may be almost no coral reef habitats left in any ocean on Earth, according to new research presented in San Diego at the Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020.RELATED: THE SIXTH MASS EXTINCTION EVENT COULD AS EARLY AS 2100Coral reef habitats dying sooner than expectedScientists had predicted that roughly 70 to 90 of coral reef habitats would vanish from every ocean in the next 20 years from the effects of climate change and pollution.