What/Why… I wanted to show pull request approvals from BitBucket on a Jira board without having to open individual stories to see this information. It helps identify stories needing to be progressed or regressed, for example if
This was the second year I’ve made it up to Steelcon and it was great fun. My favourite part is always the workshops on the Friday, this year I attended: Bluetooth hacking with James Ogden (@linuxthor) which
In most circumstances isolation between containers is a good thing allowing you to expose only the services you need. There maybe times you want to do something like running docker in docker which has it’s own problems.
A few years while working at a start up I needed to improve the development practices of a growing team to reduce remediation issues that were increasing after every release. I started off by attending a local
Over the last few years the use of password managers such as Dashlane, 1Password and LastPass have become common place in organisations. They’ve also been highly promoted as good practice by almost every security expert including password god
When running acceptance tests we would destroy the database container after each test so the next test would start from known point and thus wouldn’t be affected by any prior tests. Every now and then our tests would
Back in January I traveled up to Leeds to attend the first ever Bsides Leeds. There was a meetup on the evening before the event with a couple of talks planned that didn’t end up happening, although it
The latest book by Sparc FLOW happily coincided with a few days off I had France. This book comes from the perspective of a forensic analyst tasked with the initial response after a security incident has been identified at a (fictional)