For the past several months I have been struggling to figure out what I want the next step in my career to be. I am still trying to figure the details out, but I had an important revelation last night. I want to share that revelation with you.
Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Tuesday, July 16, 2013
At the current point in time there exists a very significant SQL Injection vulnerability in the WordPress code base. I want to make it abundantly clear that this does not affect anyone using WordPress "off the shelf". It only is exploitable if you use certain WordPress code outside of a WordPress install. So this is not a very "attackable" vulnerability. Or to put it in other terms, this is a high level vulnerability which has a very low threat level. It is also worth noting that it has not been fixed by WordPress (even 90 days after disclosure).
Friday, July 12, 2013
Lately I've been playing around with some functional languages and concepts. I have found that some of these concepts are directly applicable in the OOP code that I've been writing. One of those concepts that I think is worth talking about is the Monad. This is something that every functional developer tries to write a tutorial on, because it's such a cool but hard to grasp concept. This post is not really going to be a Monad tutorial per se, but more of a post about bringing the general concept to OOP, and what that looks like.