Feature toggles can be used for several reasons. They can be used to avoid branching (for some people that is important), test things in production, A/B testing, a safety net or to enhance the experience for certain customers. Regardless of what the reason is the basics are the same.
Go, maps and randomization
A couple of years ago it was very easy to DoS attack .Net web services as the headers were added to a dictionary. Back then the hash of the key was predictable so using a bunch of machines in azure and a few days it was possible to generate enough strings that resulted in the same hash value that you then could make a fake request with a lot of headers (a few hundred is typically enough) that caused the web server to spend 100% of CPU searching and updating the header dictionary. Since I recently started doing some work using go (aka golang) I immediately started to wonder how this worked in this language.
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Labels: .net, collections, go, security
ET/U/LP over MVP
Well sometimes my life is easy. Or you could say I'm cheating because today I'll just hand it over to somebody else...
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Books, Mocks and Open Source
So time to look back again and update some old opinions from May 2008. This time I'd like to talk about three old articles.
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