The Security Implications of Teaching Librarians to Program

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So if librarians are going to learn to program and we don’t want to put our public-facing servers at risk, what kinds of software development tasks could librarians use to cut their teeth? Here are some ideas...
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I think you may have linked to the wrong article here - it's all about ebook accessibility :)

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