Making Of: The MFA Phone (Because Twilio is too easy)
April 16, 2015
Like so many others, I strongly believe that multi-factor authentication (MFA) should be a requirement for every website. It is a cheap and (fairly) easy way in which we can secure the sites of today, that use the authentication from yesterday (well, a few decades ago), until we have the secure authentication of tomorrow. Companies like Authy and Duo are making it faster and easier than ever before to adopt MFA into your personal workflow for “Everything”. That is, until you need to share a login with colleagues.
Wrapping my brain around DynamoDB
May 13, 2013
At work I’ve been working on a big Amazon Web Services related project. For part of this project, I wanted to record some information in a database. Previously, all I’ve used has been relational databases like MySQL. One could use AWS Relational Database Service, but that’s expensive if you’re only storing a small amount of data. I decided to take the plunge and learn how to use DynamoDB and more importantly, how to use this “NoSQL” thing people have been talking about.