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Touchpoint for March 2023

posted on March 19, 2023 | tags: [ planning ]
Maybe something worth reading, maybe something worth remembering. Touchpoint notes for March 2023.

Catching Up, Planning Forward

posted on September 29, 2022 | tags: [ planning ]
Past, Present and Future Stuff

Gone on too long, P-8 Missing or Insufficient Session Expiration

posted on July 12, 2022 | tags: [ owasp, privacy ]
Build it right
From OWASP on P-8: Failure to effectively enforce session termination. May result in collection of additional user-data without the user’s consent or awareness.

Re-election Win! SJSL Information Officer

posted on June 16, 2022 | tags: [ operations, soccer, sjsl ]
SJSL Logo and South Jersey Strong - Mark Roxberry, Information Officer
For the 2022 SJSL Executive Board election, here is a list of my achievements and my future plans as Information Officer. Thank you to all of the South Jersey Soccer League member clubs!

EdgeDB resources

posted on March 7, 2022 | tags: [ database, python ]
Standing on the water's edge
EdgeDB is a Python based database, marrying objects and schema for a next gen graph database.

Evolving thinking, people and systems

posted on February 22, 2022 | tags: [ architect, coder, maker ]
While I don't want to be a manager, I did like the idea of thinking about what makes me tick. I think today these 3 would rate the highest.

Mermaid - Markdown diagramming example and references

posted on February 17, 2022 | tags: [ github, documentation, architect, coder ]
Mermaid Flowchart
Always in search of good tooling - robust, compatible, extendible - for diagrams. Mermaid.js looked like something cool for code based diagramming.

React Conference 2021 - State of their Art

posted on December 21, 2021 | tags: [ react, conference, coder ]
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Recap of the 6th React Conf, hosted online - React 18, concurrency, Suspense

PSA: Log4Shell: Exploiting the Log4J Vulnerability

posted on December 11, 2021 | tags: [ security, psa ]
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PSA - Vulnerabilities in the Apache Log4J weaponized as Log4Shell. A list of resources to help understand the threat and mitigate the risk.