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5 Links for Developers and IT Pros 9-20-13

  
  
  

by Ron Miller
Ness Blogger

5 outside Camden Yards in Baltimore, MDIt's Friday and that means it's time for our weekly feature where we search the Web looking for 5 interesting, funny and poignant links for developers and IT Pros.

If you missed our most recent post, The future of development could lie in the cards, please check it out. Many sites including Pinterest, Twitter and Google Plus are relying on cards to display content and developers need to pay attention to this trend.

And without further delay, here we go with this week's links:

The Mad Scientist’s Lair Construction Kit: A Software Developer’s Guide to World Domination | Smartbear Blog

What software developer doesn't want to rule the world? This article lays out exactly what you'll need to do. This is a must-click story.

Is Attaining Adequate Application Security Impossible? | CSC CIO Engage

That's kind of a depressing thought if it were true. But how can we secure applications when employees are increasingly mobile and hackers are increasingly clever. It's much more difficult, but this writer thinks it's not impossible. You just have to plan for it.

What developers are saying about the iPhone 5S | CITEworld

So what do developers think of Apple's newest iPhone? They think that 64-bit chip is pretty awesome for one, but if could be some time before we can truly take advantage of it.

Salaries for Developers and Designers across the world | Splinter Blog

This infographic takes a look at developer salaries by country. The range may shock you. You know you want to check it and see how yours compares to others. 

Windows Developers Struggling With Mobile Apps - CIO.com

Could a third platform be one too many? While Microsoft struggles with mobile device sales, programmers are struggling to produce apps and without the latter, the former will continue to suffer. 

Photo by Ron Miller Used under Creative Commons Share Alike/Attribution License.

 

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