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Tuesday, May 28 • 9:00am - 6:00pm
Defending Golang

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Defending Golang is a one-day course that addresses the questions of secure development of systems software and web applications in Golang. It helps attendees understand generic risks in highly performant, concurrent systems software, as well as specific risks for Golang developers and the specific remedies available to them. This course also explains the risks present in developing web applications and web services in Golang. This course uses real vulnerabilities from the production of open source projects to demonstrate the real-world complexity of security risks and remediation. Labs are included in this course and provide exercises to uncover vulnerabilities and apply best practices.

Upon completion attendees will know:
Upon completion of this training, attendees will be able to identify security weaknesses common to both systems and web development domains, how to produce secure Golang code in these domains, and will be able to apply security patterns to aid in the design of concurrent, highly-performant systems.

Attendees will be provided with a 100+ page student guide, a 20+ page lab guide, and access to a virtual lab system for completing the labs.

Attendees should bring:
A laptop with a modern web browser and a Go development environment suited to your preferences.

Attendees should be conversant in Go syntax including data abstraction, procedural abstraction, and concurrency systems. The ideal attendee is a Go developer or is responsible for the security of Go software.

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Mike Doyle

Mike Doyle is a Managing Consultant for Synopsys and is an open source developer. He has served in previous roles as a commercial software developer, a security analyst, and a software security consultant. He has spoken at local, regional, and national conferences and has delivered... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2019 9:00am - 6:00pm
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