OAuth 2.0: the protocol at the center of the universe

I am writing this article on the iPad Mini using the Editorial app. This app is connected to my Dropbox account and automatically synchronizes my work. When I come home I can continue editing on my computer where this file will be waiting for me in my Dropbox folder. When I take and share photos using Instagram, I am able to cross-post them to my … Continue reading OAuth 2.0: the protocol at the center of the universe

Infrastructure in the cloud vs on-premise

I made a comment on twitter saying that if you are still operating an on-premise data center in the second decade of the 21st century you are wasting a ton of money. I was talking specifically about AWS vs on-premise. I got some pushback on that assertion in the form of private messages. Here is the summary of the feedback I received: AWS only makes sense … Continue reading Infrastructure in the cloud vs on-premise