World of Warcraft: Case Study in Fixing Problems that Don’t Exist

I’ve been writing code for more than 30 years now.  I’ve been getting paid to write software professionally for almost 20 years.

During that time, I’ve seen things and learned from a vast array of experiences, people and companies.  If you’ve been in the industry writing code for a while, you’ve seen … Continue reading

Web Software Vulnerabilities and the Internet of Things

At this point, most folks who are a bit technical have heard of the “Internet of Things”.  (IoT)  The idea is that most every electronic device you own will be connected to the internet, things like your watch, fridge, TV, thermostat, alarm clock, etc.  You can then control or monitor all … Continue reading