Thank you to Chris Kinsman and the Seattle .NET Developers Alliance for allowing me to speak on CryptInject and my thoughts on software security last night. It was a wonderful group and I had a great time! For anyone that is looking to read the slides as presented last night, they can be found here.
What life as a software engineer has taught me about the business of startups Charting the pulse of a startup company is generally the job of an organization’s executive leadership, sales, and marketing. It makes sense: they’re the ones with access to costs and revenue streams, and they’re the ones involved in client and/or investor […]
Most engineers I talk to on a regular basis have said at one time or another… Look at this spaghetti code! How did such a simple system function turn into this 500-line disaster of engineering? It’s because as intriguing and unique an experience as seeing one’s idea simply execute is, it’s difficult for many people […]