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September, 2017


September 26, 2017  8:05 PM

A bug fix always beats a round of risk assessments

cameronmcnz Cameron McKenzie Profile: cameronmcnz

When static code analysis tools identify a bug in the production code, there are two approaches organizations can take. The sensible one is to put a software developer or two on the problem and implement an immediate bug fix. The other option is to assemble the software team, debate the relative...

September 19, 2017  3:42 AM

Expert advice for JavaOne 2017 first-timers

cameronmcnz Cameron McKenzie Profile: cameronmcnz

If JavaOne 2017 is your first time attending the conference, it will serve you well to follow some advice and insights from a veteran attendee of the JavaOne and OpenWorld conferences. The first piece of advice, for which it is currently far too late to act upon, is to make sure you've got your...


September 1, 2017  9:24 PM

Implementing cloud-native security means going back to your secure coding basics

cameronmcnz Cameron McKenzie Profile: cameronmcnz

There's really nothing new under the sun when it comes to addressing security vulnerabilities in code. While there has been a great shift in terms of how server side application are architected, including the move to the cloud and the increased use of containers and microservices, the sad reality...


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