[Owasp-austin] Austin OWASP invites you to Rugged Dev: Building Reliability and Security Into... (Apr 26, 2011)

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          Attention!  Lunch for March Austin OWASP meeting will be sponsored by LASCON!  When: April 26, 2011, 11:30am - 1:00pm   Topic: Rugged Dev: Building Reliability and Security Into Software Complex systems fail over time and the larger they are, the...
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Event Summary:

Event: Rugged Dev: Building Reliability and Security Into Software - Austin OWASP Meeting
Date: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CT)
Location: <b>National Instruments - Conference Room 1S13</b><br />11500 North Mopac Expwy<br />Building C<br />Austin, TX 78759<br />

Event Details:

<p><font size="4"><strong>Attention!  Lunch for the March Austin OWASP meeting will be sponsored by <a href="http://www.lascon.org">LASCON</a>!</strong></font></p>
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<p><strong>When:</strong> April 26, 2011, 11:30am - 1:00pm 
<p><strong>Topic: </strong>Rugged Dev: Building Reliability and Security Into Software</p>
<p>Complex systems fail over time and the larger they are, the more likely they 
are to fail in unforeseen ways. Come hear about the best practices we used and 
lessons learned when we built very large scale cloud-based products. Once 
exposed to the Internet, complex multi-tenant Web systems encounter a wide range 
of input from a variety of sources but still have to be long running and behave 
resiliently in the face of failures. We will examine 3 implementations of Rugged 
best practices to design and test your software for ruggedness. </p>
<p><strong>Who:</strong> James Wickett (National Instruments)
<p>James graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 2004 with a BBA in MIS, 
where he also ran a Web startup company. He joined the IT division of National 
Instruments, where he helped run the NI Web site, ni.com, for several years. In 
2007 he moved on to lead the Web division of a rapidly growing local publisher, 
Community Impact. In 2010, he came back to NI, this time to the LabVIEW R&amp;D 
group, where he leads up security and operations for several cloud-based SaaS 
products. Over the last several years, James has been involved in the Austin 
chapter of OWASP as the Chapter President (2007-2009) and as the Chapter VP 
(2010-present). With his involvement in OWASP, he also co-chaired the Lonestar 
Application Security Conference (LASCON) which was the first OWASP conference in 
Austin. </p>
<p>He is a security expert, bearing CISSP, GCFW, GWAS, and CCSK certifications. 
<p><strong>Where:</strong> National Instruments, 11500 N Mopac, Building C 
which is the tallest building on campus (8 levels). There will be signs 
posted in the lobby to direct you where to go and the receptionists will
 be able to assist you as well. See <a class="external text" rel="nofollow" href="http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&amp;hl=en&amp;q=11500+N+Mo-Pac+Expy,+Austin,+TX+78759&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;ll=30.406377,-97.726135&amp;spn=0.017211,0.036778&amp;om=1">directions to National Instruments</a>. 
<p><strong>Cost:</strong> Always Free</p>

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