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It's better to exploit your own security vulnerabilities than to wait for an attacker to do it for you. When you understand how a hacker might disrupt or access your system, you can better prevent the intrusion. Chaos engineering, a type of destructive testing, helps enterprises discover weaknesses in infrastructure or in how they identify and solve problems. The technique is not a simple assessment of systems, but an attempt to breach or break them. Developers and operations teams sometimes...

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WHY YOUR NEXT BUSINESS PROCESS LEADER SHOULD BE A SOFTWARE ENGINEER

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HOW TO SET UP A CHAOS ENGINEERING GAME DAY

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It's better to exploit your own security vulnerabilities than to wait for an attacker to do it for you. When you understand how a hacker might disrupt or access your system, you can better prevent the intrusion. Chaos engineering, a type of destructive testing, helps enterprises discover weaknesses in infrastructure or in how they identify and solve problems. The technique is not a simple assessment of systems, but an attempt to breach or break them. Developers and operations teams sometimes...

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Construction work in Hawaii is likely to slow next year, but state lawmakers seem inclined to go along with Gov. David Ige’s plan to budget extra money to boost state construction spending and give a lift to the industry. In a presentation to House and Senate lawmakers last week, Chief State Economist Eugene Tian said the good news is that state tax collections are up by about 6% thus far this fiscal year, initial unemployment claims are down, and the number of air seats to Hawaii is expec...

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WHAT’S A DIGITAL TWIN AND IS IT AS GOOD AS THE PROMISE? AND WHAT CAN BIM DO?

The Fifth Estate | January 13, 2020

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