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App Developer Magazine October 2021Featured this month, we have an exclusive with Nigel Thorpe, technical director at SecureAge, about recent attacks on the gaming companies EA, Nintendo, and CD Projekt Red. He shares his advice for protecting your source code, reducing the attack surface, and how to prevent social engineering attacks. Also, be sure to check out how to mint NFTs on Ripple and get funded with the Creator Fund of $250 million. Zach Burks from Mintable, Sarah Lent from VSA Partners, James Sun from mintNFT, and Monica Long from Ripple also chime in to talk all about minting NFTs on Ripple! If you missed the 2021 national coding week, we have you covered with a recap from some industry experts Jeff Keyes, Paul Farrington, and Svenja de Vos. Even more, we looked into how Hedera Hashgraph is expanding its ecosystem. We took a look at the results from the Disrupting the Economics of Software Testing Through AI report from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA). We also covered how the gaming industry continues to rise, what new smart contract languages that Partisia Blockchain is using, and how Intuit acquired Mailchimp for a whopping $12B! And don't miss our check-in with wasmClouds about new updates to their platform and the recently launched neural decision processor from Syntiant Corp.
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