Monthly Archives: June 2012

Passwords, Password Storage And Password Management

There’s no shortage of news about companies that are being hacked and having usernames and passwords stolen these days. The latest of which is Tuts+ Premium. Now I’m not one for blaming companies that get hacked. That happens. We do … Continue reading 

Posted in Security, Tools and Vendors | 15 Comments

Why Should I Use Backbone.Marionette Instead Of … ?

There’s a question on StackOverflow from someone that wants to know what the real differences are between the various Backbone-based application frameworks. While I can’t really answer the question in terms of what the differences are, I can provide more … Continue reading 

Posted in Analysis and Design, Backbone, Javascript, Marionette, Messaging, Open Source, Philosophy of Software, Tools and Vendors | 19 Comments

Anders Hejlsberg Is Right: You Cannot Maintain Large Programs In JavaScript

There’s a quote over on a Channel 9 video of Anders Hejlsberg: Erik Meijer: Are you saying you cannot write large programs in JavaScript? Anders Hejlsberg: No, you can write large programs in JavaScript. You just can’t maintain them. With … Continue reading 

Posted in AntiPatterns, Composite Apps, CQRS, Craftsmanship, Javascript, Philosophy of Software, Pragmatism, Principles and Patterns, Risk Management | 29 Comments