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Dev to DevSec: Why Security-Aware Developers Are The New Rockstars

Waterfall, Agile, DevOps... it seems that every few years, a new methodology is born for optimum software creation within an organization. While these processes all have their strengths and weaknesses, the streamlining (and, er, previously absent red tape) they bring can feel like somewhat of a hindrance to the main goal of the developer: BUILDING KICK-ASS FEATURES.

Join this webinar to learn tactical methods on building a successful devsec strategy.
Recorded Mar 11 2020 35 mins
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Stefania Chaplin, Solutions Architect, Secure Code Warrior
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