Month: February 2015

  • JHipster webinar

    I saw this come across the Spring blog this week. They are going to be doing a webinar for JHipster. As I mentioned in a previous post I am very interested in JHipster as it combines 2 things I am interested in learning Spring Boot and Angular. If you are interested in checking it out […]

  • Spam Comments

    My blog must be getting noticed by the bots. When I first started writing I had more posts than attempted spam comments. Then for a while I was at parity. I would write something new and I would see another spamy comment in the quarantine area. Now they are starting to kick into overdrive and […]

  • Iron-Clad Java

    I am currently reading Iron-Clad Java: Building Secure Web Applications by Jim Manico and August Detlefsen. This book basically takes you from zero to doing a decent job of locking down your webapp. It starts with security basics and then covers authentication and session management, and then access control, followed by Cross-Site Scripting Defense, then […]

  • JHipster

    I was reading the Spring Blog the other day and I came across this story. I was intrigued because I found the name funny so I read the post and watched the embedded youtube video and was completely blown away. Take all the excitement I had for Spring Boot after SpringOne and multiply it by […]

  • Project Estimation

    The thing I dislike most in software development is when they ask me to estimate how long a given project will take. I am about to start a new project so of course the first thing that is asked for is to do some research and try to figure out what the high level tasks […]