What to Read Wednesday: Lori MacVittie of F5’s Dev Central

by kriggins on December 15, 2010

in WtRW

For the inaugural post in the 'What to Read Wednesday' series, I am suggesting that you put Lori MacVittie's blog over at DevCentral in your reader...at the top...in your must read folder.

If you were a follower of the recently deceased IISB posts, you will recognize her site. Lori consistently pens excellent posts on a broad range of topics. Not all of her posts are information security centric, but you should read them anyway. They will make you a much more informed professional.

Besides that, they are fun to read.

Lori has  great voice and a wonderful way of getting her point across.

Some recent posts that I particularly enjoyed are:

There Is No Such Thing as Cloud Security

Like Load Balancing WAN Optimization is a Feature of Application Delivery

The Database Tier is Not Elastic

In case you didn't notice, those three posts represent quite a range of content.

Lori is scary smart.

You need to take advantage of that.

As always, comments welcome below or you can email me at kriggins@infosecramblings.com with your thoughts.


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David Holland December 15, 2010 at 10:40 am

Could not agree more. Radia P. will always be my first love but lmacvitte is everything you say.

Should I sign this fanboy? What can I say, I’m a pushover for clear, expressive and thoughtful writing.


kriggins December 16, 2010 at 7:41 am


If you are a fanboy, I’m president of the fanboy club for exactly the reasons you state. 🙂

Thanks for the comment.



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