About Joel Brinkman:

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Joel Brinkman brings a passion for technology and an innovative approach to problem solving to his role as Co-Founder and Managing Director of Isos Technology, providing uniquely powerful insights into client requests and the growth of Isos Technology as a company.

For the past fifteen plus years Joel has provided technical solutions in a variety of industries, including financial services, healthcare and retail. He has amassed an impressive array of practical application experience in a wide range of technologies.

Joel's holistic zeal for technology allows him to avoid the dogmatic adherence to a limited set of methodologies and tools that many software engineers are prone to. His flexible approach to selecting technologies and strong insight into creative ways to combine different tools give him an unparalleled ability to craft technical solutions.

Whether Joel is solving complex client issues, predicting future business needs of Isos Technology, applying technological acumen to personal needs or teaching the next generation about technology, Joel's skill as a technologist has been a key contributor to the success of Isos Technology as a technical solutions provider.

Posts by Joel Brinkman:

2015
13
January

Spring and HipChat Sitting in a Tree – Part 6

Atlassian HipChat

In the previous five gripping posts, we meandered our way through writing a pointless plugin for Atlasssian’s HipChat. In this potentially final post of the series, we’ll tie together a few loose ends and turn this experimental toy into something

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2014
09
December

Spring and HipChat Sitting in a Tree – Part 5

Atlassian HipChat

Tens of thousands of loyal readers who have followed this series and tried each and every post have commented on a few very large holes in the Spring Integration code used to illustrate a possible architecture for HipChat plugins. I’ll

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2014
10
October

Spring and HipChat sitting in a Tree – Part 3

Atlassian HipChat

In our first post in this series, we covered setting up a basic Spring Integration project using Spring Boot and STS. My esteemed colleague hates me for using STS, but that is an internal matter. In the second post, we

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2014
18
September

Spring and HipChat Sitting in a Tree

Atlassian HipChat

There has been a lot of excitement lately at Isos about Atlassian Connect. The Atlassian Connect API allows developers to extend Atlassian products and tools in a language of their choice using nothing but standard web protocols. This enables developers

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2014
13
August

Adding Google Authentication to your Spring Security Application

So, you have a Spring MVC application that uses Spring Security for authentication and authorization. While your application is probably buckling under the weight of its own awesomeness, you can’t ignore the users clamoring to login to your application using

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2014
09
April

Preventing Duplicate Submissions in Spring MVC

Trying to prevent duplicate form submissions in web application development is a problem as old as the web and is often overlooked. Unfortunately, when overlooked it may enrage your unsuspecting user trying to speed up your slow application by mashing

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