How to add WS-Security to .NET Core SOAP Headers without WCF

Landon | Jul 06, 2018

If you’ve ever enjoyed the wonderful experience that is consuming a web service that’s at least 10 years old, odds are you’ve dealt with WS-Security headers. If you’ve had to deal with that while developing in .NET Core, you probably have spent a great deal of time banging your head against the wall. I had […]

Jenkins pipelines and continuous integration

Landon | Jul 19, 2017

Over the last few weeks, I have been focused on improving automated deployment for java web applications using Jenkins. In particular, much of the focus has been on doing so by using the pipeline plugin. This is a pretty great tool because it allows for automated deployment in a scripted fashion. If there’s one thing […]

Always make sure you only have ONE localhost SSL certificate in your store

Landon | Jun 14, 2017

Stay in web development long enough, and eventually you’re going to need to do development work over an SSL connection. Because development work in SSL is typically done on localhost (like most development), you will need a certificate that certifies that localhost is secure. If you don’t, your browser will try to prevent you from […]

Thank you for visiting!

Landon | Jun 04, 2017

I’m very glad you’ve chosen to stop by. Since you’re here, I might as well describe what I hope to accomplish with this site, and my purpose in hosting it. I am a web developer. I code. A lot. That normally would be enough to qualify me as a nerd. But since I’ve also got […]