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“Mastering Web Security” for Developers --> Moved to Nov 15th
Abstract: “Mastering Web Security” for Developers This is a small slice of a larger enterprise training offering. The goal of which is to introduce key concepts to web developers so they can become contributors and recognize security weakness in enterprise applications. We’ll start by reacquainting the attendee with internet network protocols, and quickly move on to hot web application security concepts such as OAuth, tokens and JWT focusing on examples and implementation details within Spring Boot. Bio: Glenn Drong has been a software development professional and hobbyist in the Chicago-land area for over 25 years. He sits on the IJUG (Illinois Java Users Group) board and as the community leader provides a voice to the community as a conference track adviser. He has a passion for mentoring and teaching development concepts, which is now directed to build vibrant well-rounded teams within the realm of extreme programming.

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The Illinois Java User’s Group ( CLICK -> Chicago (http://Chicago.IllinoisJUG.org), Northwest (http://Northwest.IllinoisJUG.org), Central (http://Central.IllinoisJUG.org) and Virtual (http://virtual.illinoisjug.org/) Regions) are here to help you learn Java and Java related technology that can help you in your job today, we are NOT interested in advertisements for products or services disguised as presentations.

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NIGHT MEETINGS: Meetings will be held 2nd Tuesday of Month and as the Meeting Director determines best. These meetings will NOT be webcast, they will be infrequently recorded and uploaded to Vimeo use link videos.illinoisJUG.org (http://video.illinoisJUG.org).

We prefer non-sponsor recruiters not attend our meetings. However, in order to get free meeting space, food, and drinks We may allow a sponsor to talk 2 minutes about there company. We do this also to help you build your peer and professional networks to learn more about the local Java market.

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