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Your Sins Will Find You Out In Genetic Genealogy

I must admit personally to being very fond of genetic genealogy. That is not to say that there are not risks that genetic information could be misused by someone, but only that the ease of finding DNA for someone if … Continue reading

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Your Life As A Crime Scene

Recently I read and reviewed a book that sought to compare computer code to a crime scene and conduct a forensic study of that code to gain insight [1].  I found the book to be a worthwhile one, and the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Your Code As A Crime Scene

Your Code As A Crime Scene:  Use Forensic Techniques To Arrest Defects, Bottlenecks, And Bad Design In Your Programs, by Adam Tornhill Admittedly, I am not that much of a computer programmer or coder of any kind, although computer programming … Continue reading

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