Ray C Horn

Python, Docker, Security and Microservices
  • Secure File Uploads for REST

    In the realm of REST APIs, securing file uploads goes beyond standard SSL encryption. This post explores a unique approach to securing binary file uploads, ensuring superior protection against potential data breaches. [Read More]
  • Pythonically Secure

    Python 3.9.x brings a new wave of security practices, including the concept of Functional Encryption. Let’s dive into how Python is shaping the future of secure coding practices. [Read More]
  • Pythonic Security

    Deploying code securely is a crucial aspect of modern software development. This article explores how Python, in combination with Rust, can enhance the security of your codebase, making it resilient against manipulation and attacks. [Read More]
  • Find the Performance Sweet Spot for Python 3.9.5

    Maximizing performance in Python 3.9.5 involves more than just clever coding; it requires an understanding of how to leverage Python’s capabilities efficiently. This article explores optimizing performance by finding the sweet spot in data processing. [Read More]
  • You Ansible Killer!

    Ansible has long been a staple in the world of server automation and deployment, but it’s time to explore new horizons. Let’s dive into how Docker and WebDAV are revolutionizing this space, effectively making them the “Ansible Killers.” [Read More]