Building a Hack: Picking Who Gets … or Doesn't Get … Hacked

Posted September 14, 2016 | | Amplify

Like it or not, hacking is no longer something to ignore or something that happens to “other people,” and it’s certainly something that decent people now talk about in polite company. If you think hacking is just a shady activity or something to be frowned on, then search online for “hackathon.” You will find some of the most interesting (and positive) development projects today.

About The Author
Jesse Feiler
Jesse Feiler is a developer, consultant, and author specializing in Apple technologies. He is the creator of Minutes Machine for iPad, Saranac River Trail app, and the forthcoming Trails & Places app. As a consultant, Mr. Feiler has worked with small businesses and nonprofits on such projects as production control, publishing, and project management, usually involving FileMaker and iOS Core Data. His books include: Introduction to SQLite for… Read More
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