My name is Niklas Lindblad and I love technology in all its forms.
When I was 11 I got a copy of the Borland Delphi IDE and started to play with Objective Pascal.
Two years later I compiled my first Linux kernel from scratch in order to get my sound card working using ALSA instead of the (at the time) default OSS.
From there on I have spent thousands of hours playing with various programming languages and operating systems.
Today I work as a Software Developer for The Guardian in London.
My blog can be found here, and you can reach me on Twitter at @nlindblad.
Talks I've Given
Lightning Talks 1
Featuring Jad Joubran, Todd Wacker and Niklas Lindblad
Demystifying HTTP security headers
Featuring Niklas Lindblad
A wide range of security related HTTP headers are now starting to gain wider browser support, but a lot of them are not well known by developers. Using SSL is a good start for security, but you should also strive towards using the HTTP headers Strict-Transport-Security, Content-Security-Policy...fullstackcon fullstack https browser-security ssl