Josiah Bruner.

Bringing Back Blogging


As it turns out, I'm still alive.

It's been a very long time (years) since I've blogged about anything substantial. I started my original blog (blog.josiahbruner.com) when I was 14 years old and began by posting rather cringy articles about cell phone use at amusements park as well as some commentary on my work on the Mozilla Firefox and Thunderbird projects. My blogging life mostly concluded in 2014 after I shared how I replicated an old Android UI element in CSS.

It's now 2020 and lots has happened. I graduated high school, went to UMich and got my BS in computer science, got married started at Georgia Tech as a MS student, interned at multiple companies woring on development and security. I now work full-time at Duo Security doing security-focused software engineering.

I think it's time to bring back blogging. I have a lot more thoughts on the world, and tons of things I'm excited to learn about. Hopefully I will be more diligent about sharing these endeavors.

On a technical note: I am deprecating blog.josiahbruner.com and will post static content here (josiahbruner.com/blog) from now on. I'll be honest, this is largely because I'm lazy and don't want to deal with properly configuring HTTPS on Blogger, but also because I enjoy implementing stuff from scratch as much as possible.

Be on the lookout for more posts on software, security, and more!