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Martin Riedel

Working as a developer for several years - curiosity led me to information security. I'm either busy building something or trying to break it.

Location Germany Joined Joined on  Personal website https://blog.mrtnrdl.de github website

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Senior IT Security Consultant

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What are your blogging stats?

I have no idea about my stats, because neither do i track n...

What are the worst security practices you've ever witnessed?

It was publicly reachable from the interwebs ;)

What are the worst security practices you've ever witnessed?

I've recently seen a password.js file used for "authenticat...

How many computer devices do you own?

Hm, good question - i guess I'll have to make a list to cou...

What it Means to be a Technology Consultant

Fellow consultant here as well. I totally agree with you. C...

Thoughts on legacy code, diversity and inclusion

But writing snarky comments on twitter and bathe in the glo...

What do you code to relax?

I don't do that, and i felt like an imposter. It took a few...

Nevertheless, Paula Coded

Please continue to build and break things! It's so much fun...

3 Things I learned transitioning from Remote to an Office

Thanks for sharing! I (currently) can't think of going all ...

Whiteboard interviews suck! (but you should practice anyway)

but how you approach problems, explain your thoughts and ma...

Whiteboard interviews suck! (but you should practice anyway)

i gladly explain and discuss architecture, concepts, ideas ...

9 Rules of Effective Development Team Meetings

One of the most effective approach to better meetings is No...

5 Small Tips To Grow In Your Career

3 is so important. Not only does it enable others to learn ...

How I learned to be more productive with my workdays

I adopted several techniques of 'deep work' pretty succesfu...

Getting Started in CI/CD for Beginners

Nice primer! And an advice for beginners: It's possible to ...

Time to change how we do Stand-Ups

I totally understand your proposal, and I'm not trying to t...

Time to change how we do Stand-Ups

i have to disagree completely. based on my personal experie...

How do you name your git branches?

If there is no ID possible, I usually try to come up with a...

How to stop thinking about code after work

No one likes to be the guy that yells at their significant ...

Skills That Everyone Thinks Web Developers Have

Scrap the Web in the headline - For a lot of people "i am a...

My favourite aliases

holy cow. today i learned. thanks! I'm using zsh indeed - a...

Five apps I can't live without

1) chrome/firefox 2) vim 3) nmap 4) burp 5) gobuster

Which trend or advancement is being overlooked by most developers?

Security. Most devs couldn't care less about the security o...

Inbox Zero: How To Keep A Clean Email Inbox (And Mind)

It's about the workflow, not about the tool ;) Don't get ...

Containers Under Attack

If the devs produce software that is full with security iss...

Containers Under Attack

Imho DevOps is not a role, DevOps is a culture and mindset ...

Writing Beautiful Code

When there is an 'and' or 'or' or something like this in th...

Writing Beautiful Code

For me it worked best if i treated the code i write not as so...

OWASP - Who?

Thanks for the description - let's hope (and work for) a be...

Do tech companies care about your look?

Just my 2 cents as someone with visible tattoos and piercin...

Making tech survivable: What can men do?

Thanks for that article Knut! I've not yet known Patricias ...

Using Aliases to Speed Up Your Git Workflow

Interesting list of aliases you have - some are similar and...

My Podcast Subscriptions

Nice list, thanks for following up :) How many hours/week...

My podcast-subscriptions

That is true, although i've always found the transcript/sh...

My podcast-subscriptions

You're welcome - I'm looking forward for your list!

What do you do in your two hours out of home?

Sure, I'll do the latter ;)

What do you do in your two hours out of home?

I usually do my shopping and listen to podcasts - same as w...

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