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Paul Brittain Jul 19
Replying to @rozzie @charlesfitz
Great read! Loved it
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Paul Brittain Apr 29
I'm participating in Darkness Into Light Bray on the 11 May! Donate today!
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Paul Brittain Apr 10
They are small files of data that normally consist of key-value pairs. The key is the name of the information, and the value being the actual information value.
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Paul Brittain Apr 10
Browser Cookies technically referred to as HTTP Cookies, or more commonly known as simply Cookies, are small pieces of data sent from a website and stored on a user’s computer by the user’s web browser while the user is browsing.
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Paul Brittain Apr 10
Replying to @unclebobmartin
optional pair programming is fine, mandated pair programming is not fine
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Paul Brittain Apr 10
Replying to @Im_Ninjio
oddly specific number
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Paul Brittain Apr 10
EdgeInsider homepage, click "Personalize", click On a topic you follow but not the tick button - click in the center or any other corner Expected outcome: Unfollows the topic Actual outcome: White screen
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Paul Brittain Apr 10
Replying to @TimHaines @cra
Azure Pipelines has been a pleasure to use
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Paul Brittain Apr 10
Replying to @guyverhofstadt
Facebook is a great example of a company that sits on the line of criminal behavior when it comes to security, but they aren't the only ones.
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Paul Brittain Apr 10
First-party cookies are used to store information that is useful to the user, to you. Think - user preferences. Check out my HTTP Cookie and online tracking post at
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Paul Brittain Apr 9
Check out my latest article: Cookies and How You’re Tracked Online via
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Paul Brittain Apr 7
"Cookies and How You're Tracked Online" I've posted a new blog on my website. It's the article/post form of my latest podcast
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Paul Brittain Apr 7
"Cookies and How You’re Tracked Online " I've posted a new blog on my website
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Paul Brittain Mar 31
Replying to @kytwb
As someone who’s currently on-call and who will receive the automated phone call if your Friday deployment causes an incident. Yes, please.. please don’t deploy in fridays 👀
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Paul Brittain Mar 29
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Paul Brittain Mar 28
Replying to @podernfamily
Check out my profile and Software podcast 🎤🤓
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Paul Brittain Mar 28
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Paul Brittain Mar 28
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Paul Brittain Mar 28
Giving this cool link aggregating service called Link Tree a go! It allows you to make a personal page that simply lists links you want to share. This way you only need to give out on link
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