My semy autistic brain says that the perfect system for this would be Googles FireBase as the dad would be recorded efficiently and be unhackable... unless you hacked Google
Posts by WibbleMe
413 publicly visible posts • joined 21 Feb 2013
Academics demand answers from NHS over potential data timebomb ticking inside new UK contact-tracing app
Remember that blurry first-ever photo of a black hole? Turns out snaps like that can tell us a lot about these matter-gobbling voids
Imagine if Facebook could read your mind: Er, I have some bad news for you...
Microsoft drops 'Go Live' preview of .NET Core 3, complete with desktop app support
Hell hath no fury like a radar engineer scorned
There is an ex Falklands vet that runs a pub in Shropshire, on a misty day he was set up a hill to fix something getting lost since there were no roads he parked up and had his lunch, about half an hour later there was a very angry RA officer at his window wanting to know what the bloody hell he was doing. He had accidentally parked right in front of a listening post/radar and had not only scrambled sensor readings but had irradiated, a bit like a microwave. He lived but now has slightly crispy skin.
'Lightweight' UPS-style flywheels to power naval laser zappers
Accenture sued over website redesign so bad it Hertz: Car hire biz demands $32m+ for 'defective' cyber-revamp
Can't really see what went on but a typical scenario like this is that you can guess that they have a 60-year-old sales rep that can't even use an iPad and goes to the client and says yes then comes back to the developers and tells them what they have promised and then the clients never stop asking for more features before it goes live.
We have all seen it: The type of company that puts marketing staff in the IT department because they use a computer for something other than Word.
Should have hired me 20+ years web developer + App developer, experience matters
Artificial Intelligence: You know it isn't real, yeah?
Dratted hipster UX designers stole my corporate app
Boffin suggests Trappist monk approach for Spectre-Meltdown-grade processor flaws, other security holes: Don't say anything public – zip it
The outfit where the NHS England Digital boss is headed? Turns out their code is 'not technically suitable' for the £6.4m NHS App
Ask 10 engineers the best say to make an app and you will get 10 different answers, the right questions such as is it secure, piratical and fireproof are the ones that should be asked. I bet the expert recommended the code that his company uses.
Personal, and I know some people will say no but I would go with AngularCLI and an NoSQL Database like Firebase, because its low cost, can be developed quickly and will work on all platforms such as Apps and PWS.
Dear humans, We thought it was time we looked through YOUR source code. We found a mystery ancestor. Signed, the computers
Happy Thursday! 770 MEEELLLION email addresses and passwords found in yuge data breach
Oh snap: AWS has only gone and brought out its own Backup
US prosecutors: Hey, you know how we said 'net gambling was OK? LMAO, we were wrong
Ministry of Justice abandons key plank of £280m IT project
YouTube fight gets dirty: Kids urged to pester parents over Article 13
No, you haven't gone deaf – the Large Hadron Collider has been wound down for more upgrades
Accenture in doghouse after NHSmail mass outage cuts off 1m+ UK health staff
HMRC: 30 months to prep Northern Ireland backstop systems, 24 for customs
Mi 8 Pro: Xiaomi early buyers wait for modern firmware
Just a little heads up: Google is still trying to convince everyone that web apps don't suck
As a tool its a good thing.
As a general website a PWA such a blog is a no but as a tool such as the ability to complete a form/document offline, add photos etc is very useful so for say medical or insurance purposes a like (i make PWA's and Hybid Apps for the App stores) these can be essential, but for getting the latest news basically its just a fancy bookmarker.
The main reason PWA are being pushed Google (and Apple in some respect) are pushing these is that they don't have to go through an App store for the user to install them so there is less work for Google Play to interns of management and platform support, essentially they can spend less.
Heart Internet stops beating, starts Monday with big portion of FAIL
Which scientist should be on the new £50 note? El Reg weighs in – and you should vote, too
Dot-com web addresses prices to swell, thanks to sweetheart deal between Uncle Sam, Verisign
We (may) now know the real reason for that IBM takeover. A distraction for Red Hat to axe KDE
US Republicans bash UK for tech tax plan
McAfee says cloud security not as bad as we feared… it's much worse
Mac users burned after Nuance drops Dragon speech to text software
Official: IBM to gobble Red Hat for $34bn – yes, the enterprise Linux biz
Microsoft promises a fix for Windows 10 zip file woes. In November
BT, beware: Cityfibre reveals plan to shovel £2.5bn under Britain's rural streets
F***=off, Google tells its staff: Any mention of nookie now banned from internal files, URLs
Samsung’s flexible phone: Expect an expensive, half-bendy clamshell
PC makers: Intel CPU shortages are here to stay ... for six months
More than a third of Euro IT pros worry about keeping server lights on
Experience ruining a small group of VPS server for eCommerce website as a web developer, I can tell you that they always go down when its the weekend and you have to restart them on your own time.
Seriously just let some one else who is actually a full time server engineer worry about upgrades and keeping lights on.
Microsoft's elderly .NET Framework shakes stick at whippersnapper Core while Visual Studio drops another preview
Perhaps its just random luck, but I do websites and mobile apps, I see jobs advertised for these skills that want .net etc but Iv never see a products or met anyone that actually uses these MS skills. I make a nice profit with node/js/angular and classic HTML/CSS, perhaps its because I don't have to pay for licences and certified retraining or when I make a website in HTML, I can leave it there for 10 year and it will still work perfectly regardless of changes to the server software and not get hacked. We also never hear what MS feels about Googles Firebase platform that includes a JSON/NoSQL database, functions and hosting.
One Project to rule them all: Microsoft plots end to Project Online while nervous Server looks on
Facebook: Up to 90 million addicts' accounts slurped by hackers, no thanks to crappy code
Blueprint of modern construction can be found in a tech cluster... of 19th century England
As a local I welcome this, Shrewsburys centre has a slight London look and has a excellent road transport system for anyone wanting to visit, the whole area including (Telford kind of startup city like Milton Keens with less concrete) is a great place to run a business as wages are 30%-40% lower than London, low crime rate, lower cost of living and Englands second least populated county, plenty of business parks right next to Shropshire's own AONB.
If you want to do quick Google of places, Ironbridge, Muchwenlock, Coalport, Bishpos Casle, Stokesay Castle, Ludlow, Stipple Stones, Attingham park, Clee Hill, Lyth Hill Country Park