From Secure By Design by Dan Bergh Johnsson, Daniel Deogun, Daniel Sawano
This article delves into domain primitives: what they are, how to define them, and how they can be used to create secure software.
From Learn PowerShell Scripting in a Month of Lunches by Don Jones and Jeffery Hicks
As we move into a DevOps-y world, one of the things you’ll need to start thinking about is how you’ll test your scripts. Here’s the deal: nobody likes a broken script in production. And although you might run a few tests on your script, you – or someone else – might also modify your script at some point, necessitating a re-test. Or, you might find some odd condition under which your script fails – well, you certainly don’t want to forget to test that condition again in the future, do you? In this article, we’ll talk about automated unit testing for PowerShell scripts.
From The Programmer’s Guide to Apache Thrift by Randy Abernethy
Distributed applications vary in the extreme when it comes to load profiles, communications patterns, message payload types and sizes, among other performance considerations. Performance isn’t a one size fits all proposition. That said, we’ll use this article to develop some basic intuition around Apache Thrift networked service performance and how Apache Thrift fits into the broad MSA landscape.