Matt Boegner

A collection of my ideas on tech, travel, policy, and life.

Washington DC, USA

Integrating Security into the CI/CD Pipeline: Step-by-Step Recommendations

This is post 2 of 2 on the subject of security in a DevOps environment. For an introduction to the concept, see my previous post. Starting Out The first step towards the delivery of secure software is to conduct risk assessment and threat modeling. The exercise allows you to formulate security objectives and outline...

Integrating Security into the CI/CD Pipeline: An Introduction

This is post 1 of 2 on the subject of security in a DevOps environment. For step-by-step security recommendations, see my next post. Recently, a roommate and I got into a discussion about experiences with various CI/CD tools. When I asked about security practices, his enlightening comment was, “I do the least amount...

Thoughts and Guidance on the AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate Exam

I successfully earned the AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Associate credential in mid-February and with that experience fresh in my mind I want to pass along a few thoughts. Overall, I highly recommend learning about the capabilities of AWS, so I have divided this post into two parts: "Should I pursue the AWS...

Becoming an Estonian e-Resident

“Matt, what the heck is an Estonian e-Resident?” Reactions to the news of my e-Residency status played out in similar fashion for a few days after my announcement. Despite working in the tech scene, only two of my friends expressed any recognition of Estonia’s program and I quickly became a de facto brand...

Adventures in Japan and China

I was fortunate to travel with two friends to Tokyo, Shanghai, and Beijing in November 2016. The trip was full of delicious food, colorful sights, and memorable people. I brought along a compact Canon EOS M Series camera - perfect for stowing away in a jacket pocket until a shot appeared. Take a look...