I’ll be speaking at ICONUK this year which takes place from September 21 to 22 in London.
This is a post that I wanted to write for a long time. I’ve never really finished my thoughts, but I think it’s now time to get that out of my head.
In my past development stuff I had to dig deep into the different IBM Domino HTTP containers. Did I say “containers”? Plural? Yes - I did.
I recently learned that there are still people around there who haven’t their servers (Apache, Domino, whatever) updated to support TLS 1.2. If you belong to this group and you’ve iOS devices (or Macs) accessing that server: read and act!
Today I received two packets with gifts…
All web based applications that I’m building nowadays are based on Vaadin. If you haven’t heard of this framework I highly recommend to check it out.
This is obviously not a biggy, so mainly a short reminder for myself.
One of the best kept secrets starting with Domino 9 is how to handle TLS/SSL connections to untrusted 3rd party Certification Authorities.
I normally don’t rant. But in the last days I’ve seen in various occasions comments about stuff that’s not working with a self-signed SSL host certificate.
Yesterday IBM has published the new iOS (iPhone) app “IBM Verse”. You can get it here in the Apple App Store.