JWTs Aren't Stupid, but Your Monolith Might Be

January 28, 2018 · by Mike Jones

When the schedule came out for CodeMash 2018, I knew I wanted to attend Randall Degges’s talk “JWTs Suck (and are stupid)”. As a developer in a shop that uses JWTs for user session tokens, I have to admit it stoked my impostor syndrome. But it’s always best to learn about flaws in your design as early as you can. So on Friday at 9:45, I sat down and got ready to take a beating.

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Pair Programming with Perry

October 23, 2017 · by Justin Schoen

Hey, everyone. Today I’m going to interview Perry, a pair programmer practitioner. We’ll talk about pair programming, his experiences, and he’ll give us some tips on pairing effectively.

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2016 Q4 Hack Day

December 2, 2016 · by Dan Schaefer

OnShift’s 2016 Q4 Hack Day is currently wrapping up. There are a lot great projects that will be coming out of the efforts. Here are a few videos and images to document the event. We will be following up with another blog post to show a complete overview of the event.

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Creating a github.io Blog Using Jekyll

December 1, 2016 · by Dan Schaefer

For OnShift’s 2016 Q4 Engineering Hack Day, I decided to create a blog for our department to share with the world our passion for the technologies we’ve used here at OnShift. I felt that it was very appropriate to write the first post, explaining what I did to setup this very blog.

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