Tag: technology
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
10 Jan, 2017

Software vs The Evil Forces of Entropy

Requirements evolve, technology evolves, processes evolve, and users evolve. So why is it that the systems, applications, and their underlying architectures seemingly get built in a way that after a couple iterations of extension, they become brittle and saddled with “technical debt”? More importantly, is there anything that can...
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
28 Aug, 2015

Evolving in Place

A systematic approach to replacing old technologies and applications with new can save you time and money, improve continuity of operations, and allow you to keep up with your competitors. I often work with clients that have dated technologies and infrastructures, stuff that was modern and based on (mostly) good...
Rob Giseburt
Rob Giseburt
03 Feb, 2015

SSH Connection Multiplexing, Port Forwarding, and SOCK Proxy

By Rob Giseburt Introduction This is the third part of a series about using SSH with bastion hosts. You may wish to read the other parts if you haven’t already: Part 1: Using SSH Through A Bastion Host Transparently Part 2: Using SSH Bastion Hosts With AWS and Dynamically Locating Them With...
Rob Giseburt
Rob Giseburt
14 Jan, 2015

Using SSH Through A Bastion Host Transparently

By Rob Giseburt A Bastion host is a special purpose computer on a network specifically designed and configured to withstand attacks. The computer generally hosts a single application, for example a proxy server, and all other services are removed or limited to reduce the threat to the computer. It...
Bill Lenoir
Bill Lenoir
11 Jan, 2015

AngularJS: Why You Should Care

By Bill Lenoir Development teams are always on the lookout for more powerful tools that allow them to build better web applications faster. And it feels like there has been an unending stream of them over the last decade. AngularJS, an open source framework out of Google, is the...
Frank Oelschlager
Frank Oelschlager
23 Apr, 2013

Now That’s a Mobile App

By Frank Oelschlager Managing Director I read an article yesterday about Nasa using Google HTC Smartphones as the onboard computer for a series of earth science satellites. If you’ve ever doubted that your phone is actually a powerful hand-held computer, think again. Looks like we now live in a...


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