[OWASP-LEADERS] Introducing istr to OWASP

moksha faced admin at mokshafaced.com
Wed Jan 15 17:17:12 EST 2003


If I may take the liberty... Ingo's also the very
excellent guy that has put in 95% of the code work to
date on the spider and the brains behind the owasp
common library.

-sgt

--- Ingo Struck <ingo at ingostruck.de> wrote:
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> Hi folks...
> 
> A bit late, but yesterday I've been hacking all
> night long 'till 3:30am...
> 
> My name is Ingo Struck and since about ten years I
> try to become
> a self-educated hacker. ;o)
> During that time I gained some negligible experience
> with some programming
> languages and with the structures of personal
> computers.
> I have been working on the VulnXML db application
> for about four months and
> despite some massive changes within the API I am
> very confident to come to 
> an end with it very soon. Together with this
> particular application I am 
> trying to develop a very lightweight, high-quality
> and fast java library 
> suited for scalable robust and high-performance java
> applications (the ocl);
> that's why the progress of the application sometimes
> is a bit short of the 
> development of that (hopefully) reusable library.
> 
> Besides I am studying communication sciences and
> maths with the vision of
> becoming a good empirical social scientist and
> statistician. ;o)
> 
> For some years I studied physics and during that
> time I worked on a C++ and
> Fortran90 data analysis and quantum mechanics
> software package.
> 
> To earn a living I have been working as a web
> application developer for the
> last three years and now I try to transfer my focus
> from payed closed source
> to sponsored open source development. Last fall some
> colleagues of mine and 
> me founded the OpenIsis society
> (http://openisis.org), which has the objective
> to develop sustainable open source systems for
> people with high quality 
> information (especially libraries, archives and the
> like).
> 
> I love the work within the OWASP team, since you all
> are so very companionable
> and since all the discussions are problem-oriented
> and sound standing.
> Here I try to contribute something to the widespread
> comprehension of web 
> application security, since that field still seems
> to be unattended by a 
> majority of developers, users and (alas) "vendors".
> 
> Ingo
> 
> - -- 
> ingo at ingostruck.de
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