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Stackscale at CISO Day 2020 cyber security event

Stackscale participates in the CISO Day 2020 event

This year we participate as sponsor in the CISO Day 2020 event that will take place on September 17, in a hybrid format. CISO Day is a yearly cyber security congress, focused on the role of Chief Information Security Officers, organized by CyberSecurity News. This event is targeted to all kinds of cyber security professionals

Top 10 programming languages 2020

Top 10 programming languages 2020

September 12th, 2020 is the developer’s day and we want to celebrate it by going over the top 10 programming languages 2020. The developer’s day is celebrated on the 256th day of the year —it is to say, September 13rd or September 12th in leap years. We have chosen the PYPL ranking to get a

Mejorar la velocidad de carga de una web lenta

What is decreasing your web page load speed?

A good web page load speed is an essential factor for a website’s success. Nobody likes to wait, much less to waste time waiting for the information they are looking for to show up on the screen. If you don’t want to lose visits or sales in your eCommerce site, it is very important you

Gráfico de datos MySQL

How to import and export MySQL or MariaDB databases

Creating backups of your websites and applications is basically essential. When talking about backups, we don’t only refer to website files, but also to databases (DB). In this post, we will focus on the process to create a backup of MySQL and MariaDB databases. There isn’t the slightest doubt that backing up databases is very


178Tbps: the new Internet Speed world record

178 Terabits per second is the new Internet Speed world record, achieved by a team of engineers at University College London (UCL). 178 Terabits per second: 178,000,000 Megabits per second This new record sets the world’s fastest Internet Speed at 178Tbps. It was achieved by the research team led by Dr Lidia Galdino at UCL,

Linux kernel 5.8

Linux Kernel 5.8: “one of the biggest releases of all time”

At the beginning of August 2020, Linus Torvalds announced the release of the Linux Kernel 5.8. This latest Linux kernel version replaces the previous stable version, Linux 5.7.  Months ago, Linus Torvalds described this new version of the kernel as one of the biggest releases of all time. Linux 5.8 introduces many improvements, such as


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