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Attacking Web Applications and First Steps in iOS Development

10.17.2013
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I'm starting my way back from Software Architect 2013, and already miss the conference's great vibe and attentive delegates. It's been a pleasure meeting and interacting with all of you, and I look forward to returning for next year's conference!

On a more practical note, I've promised to share with you the presentations from the event. I had two this year -- Attacking Web Applications and First Steps in iOS Development. In the first talk, I tried to cover the most typical attacks used against web applications today, including CSRF, XSS, improper session management with cookies, SQL and OS command injection, and poor password security. In the second talk, I gave a whirlwind tour of iOS development, including an Objective C primer, an introduction to Xcode, and some more advanced features of iOS such as storyboards and segues.

I am posting short links and updates on Twitter as well as on this blog. You can follow me:@goldshtn

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