Team Dx Facebook Hacker
just received a friend request from someone who used the name, Nancy Richie claiming to be the claim agent at facebook and wondering if I have been contacted by a agent regarding my winnings. this is a scam, there is a Nancy Richie, but I think she was hacked, as when I looked on her facebook page, a friend of hers mentioned this to her.
Team Dx Facebook Hacker
Heya! I just wanted to ask if you ever have any trouble with hackers?My last blog (wordpress) was hacked and Iended up losing months of hard work due to no backup. Do you have any methods to prevent hackers?
Any company dependent on software development should be obsessed with optimizing developers' work experience. Research shows most software engineers spend more than half their workday performing tedious, repetitive tasks. No engineer wants to spend hours troubleshooting an issue that could be detected by automation or wait weeks for approvals from other teams. Yes, they can (and do) move on to other projects, but context switching increases drag and the likelihood of errors. It's also a stressful way to work.
It could be a Developer Experience Officer (DXO), lead engineer or rotating team, but you need someone to own DX inside your company. Here at Harness, we have a Tiger Team that analyzes inefficiencies and recommends solutions. Here's a recent example: The team learned that our code base was too large for developers to test changes on their laptops, which turned a two-minute test into a 40-minute excursion to use a sufficiently robust computer. Once they identified the problem, the fix was straightforward: Reduce the number of microservices needed on developers' laptops so they could use their own computers to test the code.
I woke up on Tuesday, 17 Nov 2009 completely unaware of what was about to unfold. I tried to log in to RealClimate, but for some reason my login did not work. Neither did the admin login. I logged in to the back-end via ssh, only to be inexplicably logged out again. I did it again. No dice. I then called the hosting company and told them to take us offline until I could see what was going on. When I did get control back from the hacker (and hacker it was), there was a large uploaded file on our server, and a draft post ready to go announcing the theft of the CRU emails. And so it began.