Monthly Archives: September 2015

Find JVM Memory Leaks with Instrumentation and PhantomReferences

Over the past year or so there has been quite a lot of attention on finding memory leaks in a JVM. Memory leaks can cause havoc in a JVM. They can be unpredictable and result in costly performance degradation or … Continue reading

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Web Security: Interview with an Expert

Most developers probably know a bit about security, but naively think they know enough to keep their apps secure. I don’t like to admit it, but I was in this camp until about a year ago. Unless terms like OWASP, … Continue reading

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