Justin Boyer

Content Strategist, Copywriter, Technical Writer, Writer

I help software companies turn their audience from visitors to customers by creating and delivering compelling multi-media content. You concentrate on building a great product. Let me tell your story.

I've been in the IT/software development/security space for close to ten years. My industry experience lends itself to my ability to plan and execute compelling content for technical audiences and on technical topics.

If you need technical content that's not full of jargon or impossible to understand, I'm your man. My job is to make your audience love you and that's what I love to do.

My personal interests involve beer, bowling, and all things football and hockey. If you have any writing needs for those topics, feel free to hit me up!

You can view even more posts from me at https://greenmachinesec.com/portfolio
Categories
Content Types
Blog Post, Case Study, Ebook, Landing Page, Whitepaper, Website Copy
More Information
Columbia Southern University, B.S. Information Technology
Philadelphia, PA|English
Publications
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SubMain

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blog.submain.com
Time Wasters for Programmers and How to Avoid Them
February, 6 2018
blog.submain.com
Blog Post
Quick Tips for Better C# Security

Quick tips on how to write more secure C# code.

February, 20 2018
blog.submain.com
Blog Post
C# Array: Definition, Examples, Best Practices, and Pitfalls

A description plus best practices and pitfalls for a key construct of the C# programming language.

April, 17 2018
blog.submain.com
Blog Post
C# Enum: Definition, Examples, Best Practices, and Pitfalls

A description of a key programming construct of the C# programming language.

June, 12 2018

Hunter2

2
hunter2.com
Blog Post
Why Hands-On Security Training is Essential for Developers (and How to Do It)

A post explaining the downsides of classroom training about software security. A better method for training is discussed.

July, 9 2018
hunter2.com
Blog Post
How Secure Are Popular Web Frameworks? Comparing Options

This post compares and rates different web development frameworks based on their default security capabilities.

July, 17 2018

Simple Programmer

2
simpleprogrammer.com
Blog Post
History of Women in Software Engineering

This piece discusses the impact women have had on the software engineering industry. Women that have all had a major impact on the industry are introduced.

September, 18 2017
simpleprogrammer.com
Blog Post
Security as Code: Why a Mental Shift is Necessary for Secure DevOps

A thought leadership blog post explaining the mental shift necessary for companies to safely implement "DevOps" within their organization.

March, 7 2018

Published on DZone

2
dzone.com
Blog Post
AWS Lambda: Your Quick Start Guide to Going Serverless

This post was written for Stackify and picked up by DZone for syndication. It walks developers through building their first serverless application in the cloud.

April, 6 2018
dzone.com
Blog Post
How to Market DevOps to Your Executives

Written for ASPE Training and picked up by DZone for syndication. This piece walks the reader through a late-night in the office and what they do to prevent it from happening again.

June, 19 2018

Rollout.io

2
rollout.io
Blog Post
How to Secure Your Feature-Flag-Based Application

Feature flags allow developers to control what the end users see. They're used to roll out new features gradually. Here's how to secure them.

May, 24 2018
rollout.io
Blog Post
Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment Differentiated

This post takes the reader on a tour of an automated car factory to teach how three options for building software differ.

June, 5 2018

Scalyr

1
blog.scalyr.com
Blog Post
DevOps Security Means Moving Fast, Securely

How can the problem of delivery software faster and safer be compared to a powerful sports car? Read on to find out.

April, 17 2018
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