Security Can Be Overwhelming - 07 Aug 2019
Since quitting my job it has been all about learning for me. As I mentioned before, this year I really started getting serious about a timeline to make a move into security. I have been doing more CTFs and taking classes on things related to security. I’ve realized that I was trying to accomplish too much too fast and so I broke down the steps I plan to take to get into the security field. In no particular order these are the certs I’m focused on and why.The Deets on Continuous Integration - 30 Jun 2019
So if you follow me on Twitter I’ve been talking about dev ops, and CI a lot. Why? I’ve just really been into figuring out the ultimate work flow while developing. What does this mean? When I’m working I just want to focus on coding not test, not beta builds, but just the code.Google's Associate Android Cert - 22 Jun 2019
I’ve spent the last 2ish years really focused on being the best Android developer I could be. Between freelancing and my 9-5 I felt like I finally “made it”. The issue is I’m feelings stuck again. I realize that there are still things I don’t know because I’ve never had to use them. My solution? Tackle this like I’m getting into security so insert the Associate Android Developer cert.Hybrid Development - 22 May 2019
Mostly on social media I advise against building hybrid apps. I have used ionic, react native (RN), and Xamarin in my mobile app career. I feel that it is really bad to advise against something without explaining the why. I’m going to explain why I advise against hybrid development, but also when to use it and which platform I recommend.