[Owasp-leaders] OWASP Podcast Series
jim.manico at aspectsecurity.com
Thu Dec 11 18:40:13 EST 2008
I have a somewhat complex answer for you here:
1) Jeremiah Grossman is someone who although I might not agree with all
the times, is a rather respectful member of the AppSec community. He is
trying his best and I felt grateful that he participated in the podcast.
2) I want to make sure we invite a wide range of speakers to the podcast
series. This is a new industry and we all have a lot to learn - getting
different perspectives will be of service to the community, IMO.
3) I'm a fan of your blog, and I'd like to interview you someday for the
series. But really, how does trashing Jeremiah (or anyone, really) help
the cause? We have better ways to spend our valuable energy. I hope that
if we interview you, that we can find a way to approach this topic in a
positive light, even when we disagree with others.
From: Andre Gironda [mailto:andreg at gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2008 4:15 PM
To: Owasp-Leaders at Lists.Owasp
Cc: Jim Manico; Laurence Casey
Subject: Re: [Owasp-leaders] OWASP Podcast Series
On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 12:35 PM, Jim Manico
<jim.manico at aspectsecurity.com> wrote:
> 3) The first OWASP podcast was recorded on November 21st and is
> on my personal account at http://www.manico.net/final.mp3 - please do
> pass this url around, but feel free to listen in and provide feedback.
> audio quality is not great, this is just my first attempt, and it will
It was awesome! I listened to it a few weeks ago and was really
impressed with the whole podcast. Arshan and Jeff were great, as
Just one question, though. Who is Jeremiah Grossman? He didn't
really seem qualified to answer any of your questions and couldn't
really keep up with the conversation. I was kind of surprised that
you interviewed some no-namer who didn't know much about the subject
matter. Maybe you can prep your guests more ahead of time?
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