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With autonomous vehicles getting more attention, security is a concern. In this article from Design News, Jay Thomas talks about how legacy code contributes to potential intrusions.
Banking software vendor Temenos believes recent developments in core banking transformation, as well as future trends, presage a sea change in attitudes towards core systems renewal.
The Office of Naval Research is working on a way to translate millions of lines of legacy computer programming so that it can be read by the latest microchips.
To break down monolithic apps and modernize them for cloud deployment, enterprise development teams continue to turn to containers and microservices.
Despite the much-publicised advances in cyber attack techniques, a well-known, well-documented and avoidable vulnerability is still the most popular for attackers to exploit – along with others like it that are often overlooked, white hat hackers reveal
With the LHC program running over multiple decades, there is need for software to be continuously improved. Occasionally, big components are reworked entirely, and there is also a lot of legacy code and services to support.
The Urban Institute shares the benefits of Fortran and how they combine it with other, “modern” technologies, such as containers, to provide greater flexibility, portability, and scaling without the pain of re-writing the model.