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Pineapples and SQL Injection | Troy Hunt
Author: Grant Paisley Date Posted: 7/08/2015 4:55:40 PM
Security MVP and probably the most prominent Microsoft Security expert in Australia, Troy is going to "blow you away" / "scare you" with just how easy it is to break the web and carry out SQL Injection.

Troy is an International Speaker and Trainer, and his sessions invariably book out, I was lucky to grab him.

| Venue: Mechanics School of Arts,
| Level 1, 280 Pitt St, Sydney

| Duration 5:30 pm Pizza and drinks
| 6 pm - 8pm Session

| On: Tuesday, 11 August 2015


About Troy Hunt
http://troyhunt.com
I'm Troy Hunt, an Australian Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for Developer Security. I don't work for Microsoft, but they're kind enough to recognise my community contributions by way of their MVP program which I've been an awardee of since 2011. I get to interact with some fantastic people building their best products and then share what I know about creating secure applications for the web with the broader community.

I'm also a Pluralsight author of many top-rating courses on web security. There's no better way to get up to speed on a topic quickly than through professional training that you can take at your own pace. As both an author and a student, I have nothing but positive things to say about the breadth and quality of Pluralsight courses.

You'll often find me speaking at technology events around the world, usually on security and usually showing people just how easy it is to break software on the web today. The view I take in all my speaking and writing is that unless software developers understand how code is exploited, it's hard for them to buy into the value of protecting it.

I frequently appear on television, radio or other media channels as a subject matter expert on a wide range of technologies. Much of the time this is in a very consumer-centric context where I explain technology for the "layman", that is to put technical concepts in language that anyone can consume. Distilling complex subjects into explanations audiences of various expertise can relate to is something I invest an enormous amount of effort in.

This event is sponsored by
http://angrykoala.com.au

This is a non moderated account, so email me should if you wish to un-subcribe.
grant@angrykoala.com.au

Venue: Mechanics School of Arts, Level 1, 280 Pitt St, Sydney | Duration 5:30 pm Pizza and drinks | 6 pm - 8pm Session | On: Tuesday, 11 August 2015