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#[https://www.forbes.com/sites/justinwarren/2019/11/26/github-seeks-security-dominance-with-developers/ GitHub Seeks Security Dominance With Developers] - ''CodeQL, obtained from its acquisition of Semmle in September 2019, is being provided free-of-charge to open source developers and academic researchers. The goal is to build up a library of CodeQL queries that can detect security flaws in an automated fashion, and GitHub has created financial incentives under a bug bounty program with two main payout classes: individual bugs and broader, cross-ecosystem bug types.''
#[https://opensource.com/article/19/12/java-vs-python Java vs. Python: Which should you choose?] - As applications become more distributed, in containers and access each other via API, conceivably you could have both in your application. What does this mean for security?
#[https://docs.faucet.nz/en/latest/intro.html Introduction to Faucet Python documentation]
#[https://www.computerweekly.com/blog/Open-Source-Insider/WhiteSource-acquires-open-sources-Renovate-dependency-update-toolset WhiteSource acquires & open sources Renovate dependency update toolset - Open Source Insider]
#[https://dev.to/devmount/which-movies-or-series-about-programming-would-you-recommend-439a Which movies or series about programming would you recommend?]