Written by Dominik Joe Pantůček on January 16, 2020.
Modern systems have become increasingly complex since the beginning of the computing revolution. As these systems are programmed by humans, it is really easy to create systems with erroneous behavior. A well-documented code lowers the risks of introducing bugs in the programs – which should be something to always aim to. Read on to see how we here at Trustica approach this problem.
Written by Dominik Joe Pantůček on January 9, 2020.
In one of our projects, we needed to write an HTTP application server in Racket. In this application server we needed to route HTTP requests to various methods of various modules. Read on how we slightly modified a simple syntax helper to ease this task for us.
Written by Dominik Joe Pantůček on January 2, 2020.
Developing a cryptographic solution means that the algorithm correctness is not an option. Not just for the hardware, firmware and application software, but also for manufacturing support software. Read on to see how we address this need.
Written by Dominik Joe Pantůček on December 26, 2019.
Sometimes you are using a high-level language and you need to access low-level features of some library. And sometimes you do not have all the information required. But luckily, there are ways to overcome such lack of information. Read on to find out how we do that in Racket.
Written by Dominik Joe Pantůček on December 19, 2019.
As people say, Trustica is a strange company. Studying and applying cryptography, securing and penetrating informational networks and it’s got Racket everywhere. No surprise we are sending our delegate to a Racket event in Berlin next February!