I like the OWASP Top Ten for “developers” charts. From my point of view, it gives an awesome advice, where to start and helps to take care and remember what you maybe already know about web security implementation. From my side it feels a bit like “rub salt into the wound” of a developer soul, isn’t it so? Especially when you starting developing cloud native and microservices based applications.Continue reading
In this new blog post I want to address a common situation I see students facing: there are several cloud providers and you want to check out the different platforms. The reason is you want to be prepared; for example working with cloud resources related to courses at your university or for a hackathon. One of these cloud providers is IBM Cloud and this blog post is about how to get started with IBM Cloud. This is a tailored version of my blog post: How to prepare for a Hackathon with IBM Cloud for you as a student.
IBM Cloud provides a wide range and huge amount of different services, runtimes, and more. It covers both virtual and hardware –based servers on one demand cloud-platform, which means you have complete infrastructure control. One of the great things about IBM Cloud is that you can register for an account and try before you buy without needing a credit card.
From my point of view, one of the most important objectives for student is to have a running application instance live.
To do this you need a runtime 😉