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Luciano MamminoAuthor of Node.js Design Patterns
FANTASTIC WORKSHOP! Learned a ton! Thanks a lot 🙏
Caleb QueernDevSecOps at KPMG Cyber Security
👀 Wow what great work from @HTTPArchive on the 2022 Web Almanac's Security chapter! Nice job @_clarkio, @liran_tal, @Saptak013 https://almanac.httparchive.org/en/2022/security Lots of detailed analysis of progress and opportunities to better secure the web
Jim ManicoOWASP Leader
What an honor. Thank you Liran. Some people talk about AppSec (me) and some people really dig in and do the work (you). I’m a big fan. 🤙🏻
Rob WhittakerDirector of Software Development
This is an excellent little article by @liran_tal on installing Ruby on macOS for local development. There are plenty of options available to you. (I prefer `asdf`.) The most important thing is not to use the system Ruby.
Jose AguinagaHead of Engineering at @hoprnet
This is one of the best guides I've seen on this topic, really cool stuff. Definitely going to take a look at @snyksec's @github action to add it in our @hoprnet project.
Dev SharmaSoftware Developer
This has become my primary source for learning docker with node. Thanks for sharing these 💝
Fernando CarrascosaTech Lead
After being in a workshop by @liran_tal and realizing that RegExps can be exploited fairly easily, I decided to use a validation library. I even contributed to the @DefinitelyTyped definition of it :D
Jan DemelSoftware Developer
Just watched @liran_tal's talk about path traversal vulnerability @NodeConfEU. It was absolutely amazing! I was always into security issues and learning things from such an expert was an honor!
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