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How to get your resume past an automated applicant tracking system. Some tips to push your resume past the ATS and into the hands of a human recruiter. [LIFEHACKER]
‘Bossware is coming for almost every worker’: the software you might not realize is watching you. Computer monitoring software is helping companies spy on their employees to measure their productivity – often without their consent. [THEGUARDIAN]
1.5MM+ ‘abandoned’ mobile apps in Google and Apple stores as of Q1 2022. Research conducted by Pixalate found that over 1.5MM apps listed in the Google Play and Apple App stores haven’t been updated in over two years. [MARTECHSERIES]
Making space for intuition in decision-making. [Podcast] Decision-making shouldn't just be about algorithms. It also shouldn't be just about intuition. Incorporating both is required to make the best decisions for your career.. [DEVELOPERTEA]
Developers are facing burnout. Here's how companies are trying to fix it. Tech teams have long been burdened with the responsibility of carrying their company through digital transformation projects. Now it's time to the share load with the rest of the business. [ZDNET]
Apple, Google and Microsoft join forces in huge push for passwordless FIDO logins. FIDO authentication aims to deliver "end-to-end" passwordless sign-ins for sites, services, and apps using the same mode of verification that most people already use on their smartphone or PC. [HOTHARDWARE]
Open-source security: It's too easy to upload 'devastating' malicious packages, warns Google. Google has detailed some of the work done to find malicious code packages that have been sneaked into bigger open-source software projects. [ZDNET]
Apple to bin apps that go three years without updates. A policy update explained that apps that "fail to meet a minimal download threshold – meaning the app has not been downloaded at all or extremely few times during a rolling 12 month period" will also be at risk of deletion from the App Store. The policy applies to iOS, iPadOS and macOS. [THEREGISTER]
Microsoft is adding a free built-in VPN to its Edge browser. Called ”Edge Secure Network,” Microsoft is currently testing the Cloudflare-powered VPN service and says it will roll it out to the public as a part of a security upgrade. [THEVERGE]
Privacy-first DuckDuckGo browser lands on Mac in public beta; here’s how to try it. Since the DuckDuckGo Mac app is currently in beta, users are required to join a private waitlist. This article shows how you can join it. [9TO5MAC]