On February 7th, my book “Getting Started with Varnish Cache” was released. Varnish Software, the company behind the popular open source HTTP accelerator, sponsored the book and has exclusive rights for a month. They invited me to present my book at
JSON Web Tokens, or JWT as we tend to call them, is an open standard that stores claims in an encoded JSON object. Basically: JSON Web Tokens allow you to safely store session data client-side. How do JSON Web Tokens work?
I’m proud to announce that my Varnish book is out now. It’s called “Getting Started With Varnish Cache” and it’s available for download through Varnish Software. For the next 30 days, Varnish Software has the exclusive rights to distribute the book. After
DevRelCon is a Developer Relations conference in London. I’ve attended the 2015 edition and was keen to return for this edition. As a Technical Evangelist, DevRelCon is right up my alley, so I went and this is the trip
Varnish 5 was released on September 15th 2016 and is the successor of version 4.1. So this is supposed to be major release that has new features and tons of improvements. The reality is that Varnish 5 only offers a couple of
I love social media and I love publishing video. I already have a Youtube channel that I’m building and I’m very active on Twitter. But as of today, it’s time for something new. I decided to start a minivlog on
On Tuesday July 19th I was invited to speak at the Coolblue Behind The Scenes event at their offices in Rotterdam. I did a presentation on PHP 7 and got to visit their amazing offices. The video Here’s the video
PHP 7 has a concept called Type Errors. These errors are thrown on a type mismatch when interacting with functions. They can be caught just like exceptions.
I am happy to announce that the video footage for my caching talk at InfoShare has finally been released. If you can spare 30 minutes and want to learn about caching, have a look. About Infoshare InfoShare is a really cool
This trip report is all about Varnishcon 2016 in Amsterdam. I love conferences, both as a speaker and an attendee. And as you know, I’m an avid Varnish fan. I’ve done many Varnish presentations and I’ve written some blog posts on the subject.