[Owasp-charlotte] Introduce Yourself
jaketlee at gmail.com
Mon Nov 8 18:04:18 EST 2010
Hey everyone,how you doing?
My name is Jake Lee and I had been involved with overall penetration testing
world since mid 90's. I've started off on x86 assembly in MS & IBM-DOS days
and migrated and tinkered in C/C++ development during college and subsequent
I've somehow migrated over to web app side since '04 and had managed the
assessment team for a large company that was bought out by another few years
back. My qualification is that I'm better at breaking things than putting
things together. Glad to join this chapter.
On Sun, Nov 7, 2010 at 10:00 PM, William Stranathan <will at thestranathans.com
> Since the chapter is getting back together after a long-ish hiatus, it's
> probably a good idea for those on the mailing list to briefly introduce
> themselves. Nothing terribly intimidating. Maybe:
> Your name
> What you do relative to Web Application Security
> What you hope to get out of the local chapter
> I'll get us started....
> I'm Will Stranathan. I used to be an application pen tester, but more
> recently do security code review of applications and help with many facets
> of web application security (some pen test subject help, architecture
> review, help developers make static analysis part of their SDLC, training,
> etc.). My only qualification, really, is that I've been writing rotten code
> since the days of the Commodore 64. Out of the local chapter, I hope to
> develop some more professional relationships with local experts, and hope to
> get to work on some exciting projects with OWASP.
> Now it's your turn.
> Will Stranathan
> Owasp-charlotte mailing list
> Owasp-charlotte at lists.owasp.org
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