Friday 12th February, 2016
3:35pm to 3:55pm
Security is really important, and a lot of rubyists are unfamiliar with how it works, why it's important, how to explain it to bosses and managers, and most importantly, how to handle security vulnerabilities in code they use (or code they wrote). This talk is about why security is important, even though Matz is nice. It's also about what to do when vulnerabilities show up, since they always will.
Ruby Together founder, Bundler team lead, Cloud City vice-minister of computation.
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