Hackology: The Study, Science, Profit, and Loss of Hacking
By Jesse Feiler
Posted September 22, 2015 | Leadership | Technology |
What we need is a description of hacking that omits the good/bad distinction because, as this Executive Update points out, exactly the same activities can be positive or negative. This Update provides a judgment-neutral guide to hacking to help you understand what hacking is about and how to facilitate its use (for good) and prevent its misuse.
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