“The way we’re programming is still very similar to the way we were programming in the 1970s.” That’s Jean Yang, who’ll provide a keynote address at Privacy. Security. Risk. as part of the opening general session tomorrow in Las Vegas, NV, talking with TechCrunch. Our new era of massive software programs and armies of coders demands a new way of coding, she argues, that lets programmers do their thing but enforces privacy and security “under the covers.” How does that work? The article provides a hint of what Yang will explain on stage.
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