Dave Burke on Java, Linux, and the Freedom of Choice

Independent Developer from Burlington, Vermont Linux expertise in flavors of Ubuntu and Linux Mint Adherent of Open Source Software licensing and distribution Specialist in Java, the Spring Framework and Microservice Applications

About NixMash

NixMash is short for Unix Mashup, or all things Linux. My blog is a mashup of the awesome Open Source technologies I use in Linux as a Java Developer. NixMash went online in February 2013 with over 500 posts published to date.

My most recent client project is Parasite Wonders built for Dr. Bobbi Pritt of the Mayo Clinic. Its code was based on NixMash Spring, my Open Source Spring application on GitHub, with 200+ stars and forked over 100 times.

Contact me if I can help you with a Java Project or for help leveraging Linux and Open Source technologies in your organization.

Recent Posts and Links

Using Encrypted Passwords in Shiro Custom Role Filters with Bootique Shiro Web Characteristics of Shiro User Authentication with REST A Custom Shiro Realm Example with Bootique A Bootique Shiro Demo Application Multiple Bootique Module Shaded Jars with Maven Testing MVC Controller Methods with REST Endpoints in JUnit Localized Resource Properties with Java Mustache Adding Static Paths in Bootique Roll Your Own Mustache Template Resolver in Bootique MVC