I'm a dedicated development lead and trainer at Endava, where I lead the development of a project with worldwide installations.
I work as a software developer and trainer since 2007. It is my belief that in software development it’s essential to not only deliver high-quality software but also share knowledge and help others to up-skill. These beliefs have driven me to design and teach courses related to Java technologies and deliver presentations and workshops.
As a Java instructor, I delivered thousands of hours of training to 3000+ students in the past 10 years, recently being involved in courses at the Mathematics and Informatics Faculty of Bucharest University.
During the previous years, I delivered presentations, tutorials, and workshops at different important events around the world: in Bucharest, New York, San Francisco, Warsaw, Belgrad, Berlin, and many more.
To keep in touch with the community I also started a YouTube channel dedicated to Java and adjacent technologies where he presents topics for beginner to advanced developers.
I also released together with Manning Publications the books “Spring Security In Action”, and "Spring Start Here". Currently, I'm writing the third book "How to Read Java" which is available as early access.
Outside of work, I am passionate about traveling, music, and scuba diving.
The new Spring Security authorization server: A new hope!Conference
In this session, we discuss implementing an authorization server using the new Spring Security Authorization Server project. https://spring.io/blog/2021/08/19/spring-authorization-server-goes-to-production
OAuth 2 and OpenID Connect are tremendously important today since they represent the most used standards for implementing authentication in apps. Spring apps are no exception to this approach. We’ll start with a refresher on OAuth 2 and OpenID Connect and remember shortly how an authorization server was configured using the Spring Security OAuth project (now deprecated). Then, we’ll work on an example where we implement an authorization server using the new approach -the Spring Security Authorization Server project. You’ll learn how to use the new project to write your custom authorization server but also what advantages this project brings above the old-fashioned way.