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Richi Jennings

Richi Jennings
Independent industry analyst, editor, and content strategist. Richi Jennings is a former developer and marketer. He’s also written or edited for Computerworld, Microsoft, Cisco, Micro Focus, HashiCorp, Ferris Research, Osterman Research, DevOps.com, Orthogonal Thinking, Native Trust, Elgan Media, Petri, Cyren, Agari, Webroot, HP, HPE, NetApp on Forbes and CIO.com. Bizarrely, his ridiculous work has even won awards from the American Society of Business Publication Editors, ABM/Jesse H. Neal, and B2B Magazine.

Recent Posts from Richi Jennings

September 22, 2022

Rust finds its mojo: Move forward to memory-safe code

It’s confirmed: The Linux kernel will have Rust support soon. Linus Torvalds and Mark Russinovich say the time is now if you want to memory-safe code.
September 15, 2022

Why Twitter security sucks: Half of staff has PII access

Twitter’s former head of security, Peiter “Mudge” Zatko (pictured), has some damning things to say about the service’s DevOps security — or lack of it.

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