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Paul Goodrich

Paul Goodrich is a certified Adobe Experience Manager Technical Architect at Perficient. He is committed to excellent customer software experiences, complex problem solving and optimizing Agile delivery.

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A case for headless AEM or hybrid?

Headful or Headless AEM? Why not both with Hybrid?

It’s not uncommon when facing a new problem, to fall back on a tried-and-true solution.  Then, suddenly remember why the team moved off of that solution in the first place.  Recently, I’ve seen this trend with engineering teams and a desire for multichannel content. A Common Case for Headless Content on AEM Let’s set the […]

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How Good is your AEM Security? – AEMaaCS and 3rd Party Dependencies

Large scale data breaches and critical security vulnerabilities have companies thinking about security more than ever.  Many developers are familiar with the OWASP top 10 (https://owasp.org/www-project-top-ten/).  There are already many resources on generic mitigation for these vulnerabilities.  So instead, in this series, I cover security issues and mitigations specific to AEM.  In this final post, […]

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How good is your AEM Security? – Mitigation Tools

Large scale data breaches and critical security vulnerabilities have companies thinking about security more than ever.  Many developers are familiar with the OWASP top 10 (https://owasp.org/www-project-top-ten/).  There are already many resources on generic mitigation for these vulnerabilities.  So instead, in this series, I will cover security issues and mitigations specific to AEM.  Here I will […]

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How good is your AEM Security? – Denial of Service

Large scale data breaches and critical security vulnerabilities have companies thinking about security more than ever.  Many developers are familiar with the OWASP top 10 (https://owasp.org/www-project-top-ten/) and there are already many resources on generic mitigation for these vulnerabilities.  Instead in this series, I cover security issues and mitigations specific to AEM.  Today’s topic is Denial […]

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How good is your AEM security? – Sling Resolution

Large scale data breaches and critical security vulnerabilities have companies thinking about security more than ever.  Many developers are familiar with the OWASP top 10 (https://owasp.org/www-project-top-ten/) and there are already many resources on generic mitigation for these vulnerabilities.  Instead in this series, I cover security issues and mitigations specific to AEM.  Today’s topic is Sling […]

How good is your AEM security? – XSS

Large scale data breaches and critical security vulnerabilities have companies thinking about security more than ever.  Many developers are familiar with the OWASP top 10 (https://owasp.org/www-project-top-ten/) and there are already many resources on generic mitigation for these vulnerabilities.  Instead in this series, I cover security issues and mitigations specific to AEM. XSS and AntiSamy As […]

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How to Make Agile Iteration Possible Within Waterfall Budgeting – Part 2

In Part 1 of How to Make Agile Iteration Possible Within Waterfall Budgeting, I covered the business desire to achieve iterative development and quick time-to-market, with the reservations of rigid waterfall budgeting and planning.  I also covered pre-project and project start steps, which I believe are critically important to achieving the desired result during implementation.  […]

Agile Iterations In A Waterfall Timeline

How to Make Agile Iteration Possible Within Waterfall Budgeting

Product owners love the flexibility and short lead time of being Agile. At the same time, it can be difficult for management to adopt. Without a determinant understanding of the final product, there’s a struggle to estimate the total cost and rein in scope.  You could mark work as done within a sprint but the […]