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October 16, 2019

What are you reading this October?

The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master 1st edition is a book about software engineering by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas, and it was published on October 1999.This book was first in a series of books under the label The Pragmatic Bookshelf. You might be asking why are we recommending almost 20 years old IT book? Here is the answer: We believe that it takes a lot of years of programming practice to gain wisdom contained in this book. Things and advice that are not taught at…

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April 15, 2019

IT konekt - smile, you are being observed

On 13th and 14th of April in Belgrade was held another ITkonekt. The third year in a row we were sponsors of the conference and had our place on job fair where we presented our company and organized a small game for the visitors. On the second Front-End day, our colleague from Belgrade office, Aleksandar Arsenovic had a presentation called ‘’Smile, you are being observed’’. He talked about how modern web applications have to be more flexible and scalable than ever and how reactive programming…

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April 15, 2019

Meetup: “Hacking Fundamentals: Buffer overflows”

On February 13th we organized another meetup in Belgrade! This time, our special guest was our colleague from Zurich, Marco Nembrini, a Software Developer, who has 4+ years of experience as a backend developer. The meetup topic was “Hacking Fundamentals: Buffer overflows”. We had more than 50 people in our Relax area and Marco explained the basics of a buffer overflow and why it’s such a fundamental exploit technique. Marco also shared some examples of more advanced exploitation techniques such…

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