Month: March 2015

  • Spring Security 4.0

    I was checking the Spring Blog today to see what was new after taking much of the week off. I came upon the following entry. Of course I was very interested as Spring Security 4.0 has been hyped for a few months now so I figured I would check out the migration guide from 3.2 […]

  • Cassandra Data Modeling

    I ended up having to miss the JHipster webinar last week as I was invited by my company to attend the Datastax DS220: Data Modeling with Datastax Enterprise class on Monday and Tuesday. The company came out and taught the class onsite. The instructor was Andrew Lenards and he did a great job. I have […]

  • Signal Messenger

    I just wanted to mention signal has been released so for all the iPhone users out there it is definitely worth installing. Signal is an implementation of Text Secure on IOS. Given the insecurity of text messages and how many other messengers have varying degrees of security Open WhisperSystems has released Signal. Some popular chat […]

  • Cobertura is gone and Clover is here

    I have spent most of this week working on integrating Clover into our environment and ripping out Cobertura. I ran into a couple of issues along the way, but we are up and running now. First one thing I dislike about Clover is by default they will mess with the maven artifacts that you may […]

  • TLS in HTTP/2

    I came across this blog post on Hacker News this morning. I thought it was a great blog post so I figured I would share it. Here there is a group of people that were trying to weaken the HTTP2 standard by not requiring TLS encryption in the standard as originally proposed and Google and […]

  • Clover and Wikitree

    Good news this week. Our purchase of Clover was approved and we will have our license keys in a matter of days. As of tomorrow it is going into our build and Cobertura is getting ripped out. You may recall I previously wrote about my issues with Cobertura. One problem was the latest version at […]