Common Sense Driven Development

Nowadays every day or week we’ll getting new framework or tool everyone is hyped about. is a great example of trolling JS people about that. Development is a lot about this new and exciting technologies but day to day life is not as simple as using the cutting edge, shiny things. The double edged […]

CPS #1 – Spring Boot, Logback configuration

Welcome to Copy/Paste Snippets! It’s the first of the series of articles without much narration and a lot of code snippets. Goal is to have nicely searchable list of snippets of commonly used classes and/or configuration files. If you find error or improvement please let me know and we improve it 🙂 pom.xml [crayon-5d340c559af15477456355/] Configuration […]

From PHP to Java

So I’m a Java developer for some time now and I’d like to share with you few things about the process I went through. I want to point few differences in the process, libraries and way of working between the languages. A bit of background I’m a senior developer and I was writing Java for […]

Stateless authentication in Symfony 2

Everyone these days want’s an API. Mostly for some SPAs or for external applications. Common issue here is a security layer where you can’t use standard form and cookies. Other thing about state saved in cookies is f.ex. clickjacking. James Ward wrote about this some time ago. So we have some requirements: Authentication based on […]