Last week, I wrote about a subtle security enhancement that password managers provide out of the box. This week I want to highlight the main reason why I like password managers.
Password managers are undervalued. Not only do they provide an easier way to store passwords, they offer so many little security enhancements I start to take for granted.
My wife is getting more and more responsibility at work. She handles a number of high profile cases, she’s following a course to become the company’s Data Protection Officer for the upcoming GDPR legislation and is the all around go-to-girl for any problem around the office. This leads her to think about asking for a raise. Unfortunately, she has no clue how to go about this as she’s never asked for a raise before.
This week, a consultancy company tweeted something along the lines of “Thanks for following us @bonny_ken”. They mentioned others as well, but in this tweet, I was mentioned specifically. I do not follow them, I’m not affiliated with them and I feel like this is an unhealthy way to establish their reputation.
In the first week of 2018, I got surprised by a smart system, that looked like a dumb system. Unfortunately, it scratched my car in the process.
In the newer services at my client, AutoMapper is used to map DTO‘s to database objects and back. Because mocking a mapping isn’t obvious, a lot of behaviour wasn’t tested and that’s unacceptable. Let’s find out how to properly inject an
IMapper with actual mappings.
Me and my wife have been together for almost 7 years now, 3 of which we are married. I’d like to dedicate this post to my beautiful and loving wife.
At work, I have a small gripe about a
Response class. It’s minor, but it keeps bugging me.
May your code ever compile and contain no bugs.
Merry Christmass everybody. I hope you’re all enjoying this time of the year with family, friends and a lot of good food.