The Power of Coaching

The Power of Coaching

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We talk about coaching a lot in the Agile world. However, what we are actually expected to do is not usually about coaching. So we do other things.

We teach.

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Podcast: Rosalind Radcliffe on the Non-Challenges to Continuous Delivery on Mainframe

Podcast: Rosalind Radcliffe on the Non-Challenges to Continuous Delivery on Mainframe

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In this podcast Manuel Pais, InfoQ lead editor for DevOps, talks to Rosalind Radcliffe, distinguished engineer at IBM, about mainframe software delivery, from technical evolution to the mindset change required to adopt DevOps and modern development practices.

By Rosalind Radcliffe

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May 29, 2017 at 03:06PM

Microservices and Modularity

Microservices and Modularity

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Gene Hughson discusses how the reasons for choosing microservices are important and that he does not believe improved modularity is a valid reason. Furthermore, this applies equally well to the data architecture where he believes that a disciplined, monolithic team can maintain modularity in a monolithic data architecture.

By Mark Little

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May 29, 2017 at 03:06PM

An Introduction to Web-Shells, Part 1

An Introduction to Web-Shells, Part 1

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A web-shell is a malicious script used by an attacker with the intent to escalate and maintain persistent access on an already compromised web application. A web-shell itself cannot attack or exploit a remote vulnerability, so it is always the second step of an attack (this stage is also referred to as post-exploitation).

An attacker can take advantage of common vulnerabilities such as SQL injection, remote file inclusion (RFI), FTP, or even use cross-site scripting (XSS) as part of a social engineering attack in order to upload the malicious script. The common functionality includes, but is not limited to, shell command execution, code execution, database enumeration, and file management.

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May 29, 2017 at 02:39PM

Using Jackson’s ObjectMapper With Optionals

Using Jackson’s ObjectMapper With Optionals

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Today, to warm up (it’s actually my first essential post), I want to share with you simple trick that might be useful when mapping Java objects to JSON.

Ok, so let’s start with some code. Consider, you’re writing some e-commerce application in which there are entities like Offer and Category. Let’s say an offer has some category, and categories can have subcategories.

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May 29, 2017 at 11:39AM

A Look at MuleSoft’s MQTT Connector

A Look at MuleSoft’s MQTT Connector

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If you’ve worked with IoT at all, you’re probably familiar with MQTT. As a simple reminder, MQTT is protocol best suited for low-power IoT devices.

Features of MQTT

  • Lightweight, bandwidth efficient, and suitable for low-power devices

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Optimizing Streaming Media Performance: 7 Things You Need to Monitor

Optimizing Streaming Media Performance: 7 Things You Need to Monitor

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This blog was originally posted on New Relic.

Monitoring the performance of streaming video can be even more complex than traditional application performance management of websites, mobile apps, e-commerce apps, and even single-page applications.

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May 29, 2017 at 10:39AM