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Click to view contentThe Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children, or WIC, was established in 1972 to provide supplemental nutritional and medical assistance for mothers and young children in low-income families. With the program currently servicing about half of all infants born in the United States, being able to process WIC payments for… (Show more)
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christozzi
Click to view content  Coding bootcamps have become an increasingly popular way of learning to program. Since the first bootcamp, Code Academy, debuted in 2011, the total number of coding bootcamps has climbed to more than 95 — and that’s only including the full-time options.   Most coding bootcamps cost a fair bit of money and require a significant time… (Show more)
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jim_roddy
Want to raise my blood pressure? Waste my time. My nervous system reacts negatively to inefficiency in part because I can never get back the time that I’ve lost. If waste gives you the heebie-jeebies, then you’ll love 2 Second Lean – How to Grow People and Build a Lean Culture by business owner Paul Akers. 2 Second Lean was recommended to me by a… (Show more)
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christozzi
Click to view content  One thing that you learn (the hard way, sometimes) as a developer is that the amount of time and effort you invest in writing an application does not necessarily correlate closely with the amount of functionality you actually build. That’s because there are often tools and resources available that can substantially shorten the time it takes you… (Show more)
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awind@vantiv
Click to view contentWhy develop an Apple Pay mobile wallet? Help unlock more conversions for your customers by understanding the statistics behind the Apple Pay mobile wallet.  While mobile wallet adoption has lagged in the US when compared to global trends, the room for growth in digital wallet use are undeniable.  For Apple Pay developers,  here are just a few… (Show more)
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cordnynederkoorn
Click to view contentThese days, payments can be done multiple ways: EMV, credit, mobile wallets (Apple Pay, Android Pay, etc.), to name just a few.   This flexibility of payment options is great in most respects, but it creates challenges for developers. How can they write a single app that integrates all payment options? And how can they keep transactions secure,… (Show more)
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taylortwain
Click to view content Adopting a P2PE solution is a great start to securing your retail payments, but it isn’t the end of your security responsibilities as a merchant organization. You still need to enforce best practices for developing in-house applications that interact with the P2PE system, and control the in-store retail experience to ensure security at every… (Show more)
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christozzi
Click to view contentBrowser frames — also known as iframes — have been around since Netscape introduced them in 1996. Back then, iframes were sometimes used in ways that appear wacky by modern standards, such as for the structuring of content on a web page.     As a result of practices like these, iframes have gained a negative reputation in some quarters. Some… (Show more)
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daniperea
Welcome to the TechTribe! I’m Dani Perea, the community manager of Vantiv O.N.E.. Our goal here is to make your integration with Vantiv products successful by: Providing you with key information and resources Connecting you with experts and other developers who can help you work through challenges Giving you a space to collaborate on and… (Show more)
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jim_roddy
Click to view contentI usually let book titles stand on their own, but I had to include the subtitle “Resolving the Heart of Conflict” along with The Anatomy of Peace or you might have just scrolled right past this article. I mean you’re an executive/software developer, not an army general, so what does “peace” have to do with you, right? But resolving conflict… (Show more)
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