The DevOps mindset is at the core of how we maintain a robust infrastructure here at Judopay, and we’re always on the lookout for anything that can improve our existing toolset.
With that in mind, we have recently looked at the Concourse CI system as a possible continuous integration/build server. The product looks very strong, but documentation for installing is sparse as it’s still in its infancy, so we thought we’d go through some detail and gotchas here for anyone else thinking of giving it a try. read more
What hardware should you give a developer? The answer is, it depends. Below is an overview of what we’ve invested in and why it’s important to us.
Security is at the heart of what we do at Judopay and as a result, we ensure we’re always staying on top of the latest industry-wide security updates & changes, like PCI.
What is happening?
As you may be aware by now the PCI Security Council released the PCI-DSS 3.1. The main change related to the deprecating of TLS 1.0 & SSL 3.0 as recognised secure protocols. As stated in our previous emails this means that there are a few mandatory updates you need to be aware of.
From October 20th any connection (App/Web/API) to Judopay that is not using the following will not be able to process live transactions. read more
For the best part of the past ten years, I’ve been a software developer, with the majority of that time building .NET applications. Microsoft has a platform that enables languages such as C# to be incredibly powerful, constantly evolving, and expressive, yet easy to read and follow. Technologies such as ASP.NET MVC, WebAPI and EntityFramework remove much of the complexity from the developer, allowing them to concentrate on their primary tasks — building and releasing software.
Recently, I was given the opportunity to cross-train, learn and contribute to judo’s iOS native SDKs. Given the above, I surprised myself with how quickly I jumped at the chance. I’ve been working with the SDK team for just over a month now, below are some initial thoughts from my jump to the ‘other’ side.